Discover the extraordinary history of 'Operation Hannibal', the world's largest naval evacuation carried out by the Germans at the end of World War II. Its aim was to save civilians living in East Prussia and the remains of the German army pushed by the Russians to the shores of the Gulf of Gdansk.
The book "Route of Death" describes the fate of this great operation from the side of the participating ships and vessels, especially those that rested at the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
Almost 200 pages describe the last days of the War on the Eastern Front. Never before published underwater photographs of the wrecks Wilhelm Gustloff, Goya and Steuben clearly show the enormity of the tragedy.
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