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External References

The references listed below were used to assist the construction of this website.

  1. Miramar Ship Index: A subsription site of information about ships past and present
  2. Uboat.net: Website about German U-boats of both WW1 and WW2
  3. HMSO (1947): British Vessels lost at sea 1939-45; reprinted by Patrick Stephens, Cambridge 1983 ISBN 0-85059 659 9.
  4. Historical RFA: Website of the Royal Fleet Auxilary Historical Society
  5. Clydebuilt Database: Website dedicated to ships built on the Clyde
  6. Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Information Sheet - The Tower Hill Memorial London England
  7. Commonwealth War Graves Commission: CWGC Home Page.
  8. War Memorial Restoration Limited: Designers and manufacturers of the Falkland Islands memorial.
  9. Motor Gun Boats:Website dedicated to Motor Gun Boats with historical information and many photographs.
  10. RMS Rangitane:Trevor Bell's website dedicated to RMS Rangitane with historical information and personal accounts.
  11. Brewer, Rosalind (2008); London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Trinity Square Gardens Management Plan, Revision 7 January 2008.
  12. Warsailors.com:Siri Lawson's excellent site about Norwegian ships with mucn information about WW2 convoys and other items of nautical interest.
  13. Uboat.net: Article on Anti-submarine trawlers.
  14. The Bosun's Watch: A database owned by Fleetwood Maritime Heritage Trust and based on the original research of Wilf Dodds and the late Alan Hirst. An excellent source of information on fishing vessels.
  15. Old and New London Vol 2. This is a link to the British History Online website section for the publication Old and New London Volume 2 by Walter Thornbury and published in 1878
  16. Ordinance for beheading the Archbishop of Canterbury This is a link to the British History Online website for Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum 1642-1660, C.H.Firth and R.S.Rait (eds) 1911
  17. Sessions Book 1707 This is a link to the British History Online website for Middlesex County Records, Sessions Books 1707.
  18. Historical Collections of Private Passages of State 1640-41 This is a link to the British History Online website to "The trial of Strafford: Miscellaneous papers', Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 8: 1640-41 (1721), pp. 761-779"
  19. Historical Collections of Private Passages of State 1640-41 This is a link to the British History Online website to "'Historical Collections: The trial of William Laud', Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 3: 1639-40, pp. 1365-1381"
  20. Confirmed Executions at the Tower of London This is a link to Richard Clark's website Capital Punishment UK
  21. Ordinary's Account, 19 July 1700 This is a link to Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 6.0, 26 June 2011), Ordinary of Newgate's Account, July 1700 (OA17000719).
  22. Historical RFA This is a link to Historical RFA website regarding an error on the memorial related to War Sepoy. (Thanks to Chris White of the Historical RFA for bringing this page to my attention).
  23. Historical RFA This is a link to the Historical RFA website regarding the loss of Isleford. (Thanks to Chris White of the Historical RFA for bringing this page to my attention).
  24. Old and New London Vol 1. This is a link to the British History Online website section for the publication Old and New London Volume 1 by Walter Thornbury and published in 1878
  25. Wreck Site Entry for Ampetco II.
  26. Ahoy - Mac's Web Log Entry for Anglo-Saxon.
  27. Ahoy - Mac's Web Log Entry for British Petrol.
  28. Australian Department of Defence: Report on Raider Kormoran.
  29. Bud's Liberty and Merchant Ship Histories: This page includes all casualties from Coamo.
  30. Warsailors: This page includes all casualties from Hoegh Silverdown.
  31. Warsailors: This page includes all casualties from Hørda .
  32. Warsailors: This page includes all casualties from Ingerfem .
  33. Warsailors: This page includes all casualties from Ingerto .
  34. "History of the Great War - The Merchant Navy, Volume 2, Summer 1915 to early 1917 (Part 1 of 2): Archibald Hurd (1924) Publisher John Murray of London. Includes account of attack by U-39 on Anglo-Californian and the award of the VC to Frederick Parslow.
  35. Hocking, Charles. Dictionary of Disasters at Sea During the Age of Steam 1824-1962. London: The London Stamp Exchange, 1989. ISBN 0 948130 72 5.
  36. New York Times: 20 September 1918 - Article entitled "Transport Missanabie Sank in Seven Minutes"
  37. HMSO (1919): Navy losses and Merchant Shipping (Losses); reprinted by Patrick Stephens, Cambridge 1976 & 1988 ISBN 1-85260 134 5.
  38. Noble, Dennis L.. Rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard: Great Acts of Heroism Since 187. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2005. ISBN 1 59114 625 9.
  39. Ronnie, Art. Counterfeit Hero: Fritz Duquesne, Adventurer and Spy . Naval Institute Press, 1995. ISBN 978155750733.
  40. Wreck Site Entry for FV Trevone .
  41. The Great War Forum. Forum dedicated to all aspects of WW1.
  42. George Bolotenko (2011): Wartime Explosions in Archangel, 1916-1917: 'Bakaritsa is Burning'; 'Ekonomiia is Now a Wasteland', Northern Mariner, Vol XXI: The Canadian Nautical Research Society.