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" ... D'Iberville once more, it was reported that a large merchantman was standing in. Even at a considerable distance we could make her out to be a merchant vessel. The captain then decided to capture her next. The D'Iberville could not escape us anyway.... "
The "Emden," - Page 158
by Hellmuth von Mücke - 1917 - 219 pages
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 4

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1920
...next. The D'Iberville could not escape us anyway. Our cutter was quickly lowered. The steamer received the usual signal, 'Stop, we are sending a boat!" But hardly had our cutter gone alongside the steamer when we again saw a warship heading in from sea. Therefore we recalled and...
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