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Dixon, T. B. The Enemy Fought Splendidly. Being the 1914-1915 diary of the Battle of the Falklands & its aftermath by Surgeon T. B. Dixon R. N. V. R. of H. M. S. Kent. Poole, Dorset; Blandford Press, 1983.

Midshipman, "The Battle of the Falkland Islands," Cornhill Magazine, vol. 38, n.s., pp. 542-50.

Spencer-Cooper, Commander H. The Battle of the Falkland Islands. Before and After. London, Cassell and Company, 1919.

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Bennet, Geoffrey Martin. Coronel and the Falklands. London; Pan Books, 1967, c. 1962.

Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships, 1860-1905. Conway Greenwich, London; Maritime Press, 1979.

Hough, Richard. The Pursuit of Admiral von Spee. London; George Allen and Unwin, Ltd, 1969.

Ramsay, David. Lusitania. Saga and Myth. New York; W.W. Norton, 2002.

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Yates, Keith. Graf Spee's Raiders. Challenge to the Royal Navy 1914-1915. Annapolis, Maryland; Naval Institute Press, 1995.

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