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This bibliography contains reference articles relevant to study of the Atlantis criss-crossed the Atlantic and Indian oceans and achieved a high tally of successful operations, capturing or sinking 22 Allied ships in a period of 655 days, from the spring of 1940 to the autumn of 1941. As a result, a considerable number of merchant seamen and civilian passengers from Allied and neutral countries lost their lives, and the many who were taken prisoner were subjected to hardship on German prison ships, like the Storstad, and then in internment camps in Germany.

Keywords: Atlantis; German prison ships; internment camps; Storstad



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