Most of all awards received Captain zur See Wolfgang Luth, Knight Knight's Cross sDubovymi Leaves, Swords and Diamonds. He was born October 15, 1913 in Estonia and in the mid-30s joined the Kriegsmarine. In January 1940 he received the first U-boat (U-138). October 24, 1940 Lieutenant zur See Lute received the Knight's Cross for having sunk 49,000 tons for 27 days.  Later, Wolfgang Luth commanded U-43 and U-181. By November 1943 he sank the ship 43 (225 712 tonnes) and one submarine allies, becoming the 2nd submarine ace of World War II. In August 1944, Lyutu given the rank of captain zur See and appointed him head of the Naval Academy in Myurvike, near Flensburg, who later became the residence of the Doenitz government. Wolfgang Lute was shot dead hour May 14, 1945, before the government Doenitz was arrested, but after 5 days after the end of the war. He was buried in Flensburg with full military honors.