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* ''German Coastal Forces of World War Two'', Arms & Armour, 1993, ISBN 1-85409-085-2.
 
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Michael J Whitley (died 2000) was a naval historian with a particular interest in the Kriegsmarine, who wrote and maintained several reference works on warships. He was the son of Herbert and Marguerite Whitley and married to Rita. Whitley died in a diving accident in 2000.

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