German

Schiff 16

by - Rogge, Bernhard
(Ship 16)
1955, G. Stalling, Oldenburg
This book is about an armed merchant raider, the Atlantis, which remained at sea for 622 days and covered over 100,000 miles at sea, sinking or capturing some 22 ships totalling 144,500 tons. The book makes for very quick, lively reading about a little-known part of the war.
The Atlantis was sunk by the cruiser HMS Devonshire while refuelling U-126 (Bauer) on 22 November 1941. (A few days previously Atlantis had refuelled U-68 (Merten).)


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English

The German Raider Atlantis

by - Rogge, Bernard and Frank, Wolfgang
1979, Bantam Books, New York
ISBN 0553131214
Paperback, 211 pages
This book is about an armed merchant raider, the Atlantis, which remained at sea for 622 days and covered over 100,000 miles at sea, sinking or capturing some 22 ships totalling 144,500 tons. The book makes for very quick, lively reading about a little-known part of the war.
The Atlantis was sunk by the cruiser HMS Devonshire while refuelling U-126 (Bauer) on 22 November 1941. (A few days previously Atlantis had refuelled U-68 (Merten).) First published in 1956.

 
Dutch

Onder vreemde vlag

by - Rogge, Bernhard and Frank, Wolfgang
(Schiff 16)
De Boekerij, Baarn
Hardcover, 199 pages, photos
This book is about an armed merchant raider, the Atlantis, which remained at sea for 622 days and covered over 100,000 miles at sea, sinking or capturing some 22 ships totalling 144,500 tons. The book makes for very quick, lively reading about a little-known part of the war.
The Atlantis was sunk by the cruiser HMS Devonshire while refuelling U-126 (Bauer) on 22 November 1941. (A few days previously Atlantis had refuelled U-68 (Merten).)

 


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