German Armed Merchant Ships - Articles
Atlantis ( Ship 16 )
Orion ( Ship 36 )
Thor ( Ship 10 )
Thor ( Ship 10 ) Second Cruise
Kormoran ( Ship 41 )
Komet ( Ship 45 )
Michel ( Ship 28 )
Pinguin ( Ship 23 )
Stier ( Ship 23 )
Togo ( Ship 14 )
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Atlantis ( Ship 16 ) - Photo Album
"H.M.S. DEVONSHIRE" - Entering Freetown Harbour, West Africa, after Sinking the "Atlantis"
Supposed industrial machinery for the Philippines
Industrial machinery transforms into lethal 5.9 inch gun.Supposed industrial machinery for the Philippines
Atlantis sheltering at Kergelen where 1000 tons of much needed water was loaded
H.M.A.S. Canberra about to berth in Melbourne, 1939-1940
British Ship "Willesden"
British ship "Wellpark"
British ship "Kirkpool"
H.M.A.S. Sydney - Missing with all her ship's company, after a battle with the Raider "Kormoran."
Commander T.A. Detmers, Captain of the "Kormoran" who survived the fight with "Sydney" with 317 from his crew.
The German Armed Merchant Raider "Kormoran" sunk in the battle with H.M.A.S. Sydney
Captain J. Burnett R.A.N. - Lost with his entire crew when sunk by the Kormoran.
Survivors from the "Kormoran" in one of the ship's lifeboats.
Starboard deck, looking forward onboard HMAS Canberra.
Night firing of a six inch gun.
German Supply ship "Coburg" set on fire by gunfire from H.M.A.S. "Canberra" and subsequently scuttled. 4th. of March , 1941
Kitty Broevig" Norwegian Tanker, captured by "Atlantis." Found by Walrus aircraft from H.M.AQ.S. "Canberra." Bombed and scuttled, 4th. of March, 1941
Differing Methods of Naming German Raiders. ( Table 3.)
H.M.A.S. Sydney - At Fremantle in late 1941 - One of the last photographs of H.M.A.S Sydney.
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Table 1 - Tonnages sunk by individual German Armed Merchant Raiders.
Table 2 - German & Japanese Surface Raiders 1935 - 1945.
Table 3 - Differing Methods of Naming German Raiders.
Table 3 - Differing Methods of Naming German Raiders.- within article.
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