EX-KRIEGSMARINE SEA-GOING SHIPS WHICH SAW SERVICE IN WORLD WAR II
 
 
kuk Kriegsmarine
name
World War II
name
GREECE
Tb 92F Proussa Sunk by German aircraft 04 Apr 1941
Tb 95F Pergamos Sunk by German aircraft 25 Apr 1941
Tb 98M Kyzikos Sunk by German aircraft 24 Apr 1941
Tb 99M Kios Sunk by German aircraft 22 Apr 1941
Tb 100M Kidoniai Sunk by German aircraft 24 Apr 1941

ITALY
MT 130 Albona 10 Sep 1943 to Germany; scuttled
MT 131 Laurana  11 Sep 1943 to Germany; sunk by aircraft 
MT 132 Rovigno  10 Sep 1943 to Germany; scuttled 
Taurus Aurora Sunk by German U-Boots 11 Sep 1943
Vesta Marte Fate unknown

PORTUGAL
Tb 86F Ave Discarded 1940
Tb 89F Sado Discarded 1940

ROMANIA
Tb 81T Sborul In service until 1950ís
Tb 82F Naluca Sunk by Soviet aircraft 20 Aug 1944
Tb 83F Smeul B/u 1960

YUGOSLAVIA
Dalmat Vila Extant
Donau Krka 1941 to Italy
Kaiser Max Neretva Fate after 1941 unknown
Tb 36 D2 1941 to Italy as D10; Sep 1943 to Germany; sunk off Kumbor
Tb 76T T1 1941 to Italy; returned 07 Dec 1943; in service until 1959
Tb 78T T3  1941 to Italy; 1943 to Germany as TA48; transferred to Croatian navy; sunk 20 Feb 1945
Tb 87F T5 1941 to Italy; 1943 returned to Yugoslavia; in service until 1963
Tb 93F T6 1941 to Italy; scuttled 11 Sep 1943
Tb 96F T7  1941 to Italy; 1943 to Germany but sunk by British MT boats before recommissioning
Tb 97F T8  1941 to Italy; sunk by German aircraft 10 Sep 1943

40 ex-Austrian ships of Lloyd Triestino were still in service at the start of World War II, but only two survived the war unscathed.
 
 

DONAU FLOTILLA VESSELS SERVING SUCCESSOR STATES IN WORLD WAR ii INCLUDING REQUISITIONED VESSELS
kuk Kriegsmarine World War II 
name name
AUSTRIA (GROSSDEUTSCHLAND)
Csuka Birago

HUNGARY
Balaton Badacsony  Used as training ship
Barsch Baja  
Compo Györss  
Lachs Debreczen  
Stöhr Sopron  
Wels Szeged   
Viza Kecskemét   

ROMANIA
Csobánac Capitan Commandor Paun  
Inn Basarabia 1944 to USSR as Kerc 
Sava Bucovina 1944 to USSR as Izmail
Temes Ardeal 1944 to USSR as Azov or Berdjansk
Una Cozia  (?civil use) 1944 to USSR

YUGOSLAVIA
Bodrog Sava
Bosna Vardar
Enns Drava
Helen Cer
Körös Morava, then Bosna