References and Acknowledgements

Images

The table below shows the source of the various images used on this website:

Ref. # Source
1 By courtesy of Bill Zimmerman
2 By courtesy of Paul Charlesworth
3 By courtesy of the Aberdeen Press and Journal
4 By courtesy of the Arbroath Herald and Advertiser
5 By courtesy of the Benjidog Tower Hill Website
6 By courtesy of the Birmingham Daily Gazette
7 By courtesy of the Catholic Standard
8 By courtesy of the Daily Herald
9 By courtesy of the Daily Mirror
10 By courtesy of the Daily Record
11 By courtesy of the Derby Daily Telegraph
12 By courtesy of the Dundee Courier
13 By courtesy of the Dundee Evening Telegraph
14 By courtesy of the Express and Echo
15 By courtesy of the Falkirk Herald
16 By courtesy of the Gloucester Citizen
17 By courtesy of the Hull Daily Mail
18 By courtesy of the Illustrated London News
19 By courtesy of the Lancaster Guardian
20 By courtesy of the Lincolnshire Echo
21 By courtesy of the Liverpool Evening Express
22 By courtesy of the London Evening Standard
23 By courtesy of the Manchester Evening News
24 By courtesy of Mick Cardiff
25 By courtesy of the Newcastle Evening Chronicle
26 By courtesy of the North-Eastern Gazette
27 By courtesy of the Northern Whig
28 By courtesy of the Nottingham Evening Post
29 By courtesy of The Scotsman
30 By courtesy of the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph
31 By courtesy of the Sheffield Daily Telegraph
32 By courtesy of the site owner
33 By courtesy of The Sphere
34 By courtesy of the Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette
35 By courtesy of the US National Archives
36 By courtesy of the Yorkshire Evening Post
37 By courtesy of the Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer
38 By courtesy of Wikipedia Commons and the US Government Museum of WW2
39 Source unknown
40 By courtesy of the Evening Despatch
41 By courtesy of the Staffordshire Sentinel
42 By courtesy of the Liverpool Echo
43 By courtesy of The Times
44 By courtesy of the Ormskirk Advertiser
45 By courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
46 By courtesy of the Press Association
47 By courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, Ministry of Information Second World War Press Agency Print Collection

External References and Links

Various websites and books on the history of shipping, WW2 and the Nuremberg Trails were used in the course of creating this website. The main ones are below.

  1. Miramar Ship Index: Subscription Website containing basic information about a very large number of merchant navy ships with search facilities based on ships name and official number.
  2. Ubootwaffe.net Website: Website dedicated to WW2 U boats and their exploits. (Unfortunately no longer available.)
  3. Uboat.net Website: Website dedicated to WW2 and WW1 U boats and including information about ships damaged and sunk.
  4. Convoyweb Convoy Database: An extensive and highly recommended Website that includes comprehensive information about WW2 convoys and other voyages of merchant ships and some information about ships that were lost.
  5. Warsailors.com: Norwegian website that includes information about WW2 convoys.
  6. Hague, Arnold (2003): The Allied Convoy System, 1939-1945 : Its Organization, Defence and Operation; Chatham Publishing, ISBN: 1861761473
  7. The Times Newspaper Archive (subscription service)
  8. The British Newspaper Archive (subscription service)
  9. US National Archives: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum: Photograph collection related to the War Crimes Trials at Nuremberg
  10. Yale Law School: Lilian Goldman Law Library. The Avalon Project - Nuremberg Trials Collection
  11. The Nizkor Project: The International Military Tribunal Nuremberg
  12. Tusa, Ann & Tusa, John (2010): The Nuremberg Trial; Skyhorse Publishing, ISBN: 978-1-61608-021-1

Specific references have been provided on each page of the website.