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Songs about Emden:
Ay?rmay?n Ay?e'mden by ?smail Türüt from the Album Ak?ll? Ol
Emden by De Drangdüwels from the Album Ahoi
Emden Man [Explicit] by Filmorchester Babelsberg Matthias Raue from the Album Die Männer der Emden (Soundtrack) [Explicit]
Emden Sinks [Explicit] by Filmorchester Babelsberg Matthias Raue from the Album Die Männer der Emden (Soundtrack) [Explicit]
Musik zum Kulturfilm "Emden" by Manfred Müssauer Junges Orchester Banska Bystrica from the Album Curt Protze: Orchesterwerke Münchhausen
Books about Emden:
First Victory: 1914: HMAS Sydney's Hunt for the German Raider Emden by Mike Carlton (Sep 1, 2014)
German Light Cruisers of World War II: Emden, Konigsberg, Karlsruhe, Koln, Leipzig, Nurnberg (Warships of the... by Gerhard Koop and Klaus-Peter Schmolke (Aug 15, 2014)
Gentlemen of War: The Amazing Story of Commander Karl Von Muller and the S M S Emden by Dan Van Der Vat (Jan 1, 1984)
The Last Cruise of the Emden: The Amazing True WWI Story of a German-Light Cruiser and Her Courageous Crew by Edwin P. Hoyt (Oct 1, 2001)
The Emden, - Primary Source Edition by Hellmuth Von Mucke and Helene S. White (Oct 3, 2013)
The Last Gentleman-of-War: The Raider Exploits of the Cruiser Emden by R. K. Lochner (Jul 1988)
Tommy's Ark: Soldiers and Their Animals in the Great War. Richard Van Emden by Richard Van Emden (Jun 1, 2011)
Movies about Emden:
The Thunderbolts: Ramrod To Emden, 1943 2011 NR - Runtime: 35 mins Directed by: Createspace
The Thunderbolts: Ramrod To Emden, 1943 2008 - Runtime: 34 mins
Wiki information Emden:
Emden is a town and seaport in Lower Saxony in the northwest of Germany, on the river Ems. It is the main town of the region of East Frisia and, in 2011, had a total population of 51,528.
SMS Emden was the second and final member of the Dresden class of light cruisers built for the Imperial German Navy. Named for the town of Emden, she was laid down at the Kaiserliche Werft in Danzig in 1906. Her hull was launched in May 1908, and...