The Deadly Penguin
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|Caption||The Deadly Penguin – the name its Captain used for the auxiliary cruiser HK33 of the German Navy which used disguise to get near to Allied shipping and destroy it. HK33's day of reckoning came on 8 May 1941 when it was sunk by HMS Cornwall. Original artwork for illustration on p33 of Look and Learn issue no 480 (27 March 1971).|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Deadly Penguin World War II Second World War disguise shipping Kruder Captain Ernst Felix Kruder HK33|
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