98 of the 104 Dutch(mostly) and British sailors who had survived the
torpedo attack, were killed by the submarine`s crew with swords and spanners
wielded as clubs on the submarine`s deck.Almost a total massacre.(94% killed)
Two witnesses who had been left for dead in a lifeboat,were subsequently
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- Haersolte, J.W.J. van (ed), (1947).
Scheepsrampen in oorlogstijd, nr. 291.
- Submarine atrocities.