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U-Boats off Bermuda: Patrol Summaries and Merchant Ship Survivors Landed in Bermuda 1940-1944 Hardcover – August 23, 2017

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“The German U-Boast campaign against American shipping in the waters of Bermuda is an obscure theater of the Second World War which is now told in great detail and comprehensively… A simply fascinating and impressively informative read from cover to cover, "U-Boats off Bermuda: Patrol Summaries and Merchant Ship Survivors Landed in Bermuda 1940-1944" is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to both community and academic library World War II Military History collections.”
Midwest Book Review December 2017

“Wiberg successfully tells the engaging story of the oft-overlooked merchant crews who were a crucial part of the Battle of the Atlantic. His writing informs and, as he attempted to do, inspires empathy in the reader for the officers, sailors, and passengers aboard the U-Boat victims as well as with the U-Boat crews themselves. As the first comprehensive book on the subject, Wiberg has opened a new chapter in scholarship while allowing others to follow and flesh out other stories of Bermuda’s small but important role during World War II.”
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This book was a joy for me to research and write since I have been sailing to and from Bermuda - over 30 times - since age 18 in the late 1980s. It a group of islands of rare enchantment as well as isolation and its people are blessed with the kind of natural maritime savvy unique to distant island communities. This book is the second of a trilogy and as such ties the other two - U-Boats in Bahamas and U-Boats in New England together. The Bahamas book laid a foundation for the massive sinkings - over 130 vessels. Bermuda focuses more on the counter-attack by aircraft as well as the creative rescue of over 1,200 Allied sailors and passengers. New England will focus more on groups of saboteurs and U-boat victims from the fishing and schooner fleets. These books are a pleasure to compose, and I hope that readers enjoy them as much as I did creating them! Remember the over-riding theme is that each books presents a massive oceanic battlefield of World War II, utilizing previously censored original source material, for the first time in coalescent detail.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Fonthill Media; 1st edition (August 23, 2017)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1781556067
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1781556061
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 1.7 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 1 x 9.3 inches
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Eric Wiberg is an author and historian based in New York City where he was born. He grew up in Nassau, Bahamas to parents from Sweden and the US then attended New England boarding schools and Boston College. Age 23 found him as captain of a 68-foot sailing yacht from the Galapagos to New Zealand. By 25 he was a licensed 100-ton captain and relocated to Singapore where he operated tankers for three years. On return to Newport RI he founded a yacht delivery agency, Echo, which is still going, and in 2009 a publisher, Island Books. He has sailed over 75,000 miles on over 100 vessels in some 60 countries since 1987. After obtaining degrees in maritime law and marine affairs he relocated from New England to the New York area in 2006. He has been an executive recruiter, media salesman, tug marketer, offshore wind blogger, and public speaker. Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Discovery Channel, French, Spanish, and Norwegian TV have all interviewed him. His agent represented Sinatra, Marilyn, and a pope, and genres he's published in included script-writing, biography, history, academia, memoir, children's writing, and humor. A trilogy on U-Boats in New England, Bermuda and Bahamas in WWII resulted in Amazon listed the final book as a #1 New Release, submarines, in 2019. He lives near his son, Felix.

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