|Shipyard||Blohm & Voss, Hamburg (Werk 314)|
|Ordered||23 Sep 1916|
|Launched||21 Jul 1917|
|Commissioned||1 Mar 1918|
|Successes||2 ships sunk with a total of 2,655 tons. (View ships hit by UB 108)|
|Fate||2 Jul 1918 - Mined off the Flanders coast on July 2, 1918. 36 dead (all hands lost).|
A comparison of known UBIII wreck positions and minefield data strongly suggests that UB 108 was mined off the Belgian coast on July 2, 1918.
Previously recorded fate
Mined in the Dover Staits at position 5100N, 0119E. In fact, the mined U-boat discovered by Royal Navy divers in this location has been identified as UB 58.