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U-Boats in the Bahamas Hardcover – 30 Jun 2016
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Writing so well put together , it felt as though the events unravelled yesterday.
As i continue to read about the u-boats in the Bahamas i am realizing Mr. wiberg is obviously very thorough in his research, is adept in descriptive narration and documenting events past and present.
In addition,Mr. wiberg is definitely gifted and has undoubtedly perfected this skill over time,one can only wonder what other materials (ledgible or film) we may be given the opportunity to enjoy.
Thank you Eric and i look forward to reading more or viewing your work in the future.
This is a fascinating read for divers, sailors and history buffs - or all three.
Although clearly a great resource for those looking for statistics about scale of ships, tonnage sunk, submarine routes & strategies in this area, at this time, I was more drawn to the citations from personal logs which, for me, bring history to life by introducing the reader to: a young, surviving eye-witness of U-Boats off the coast, an Italian commander who asks the survivors of a ship he had just torpedoed if they needed anything, or the efforts of the local Red Cross to offer cigarettes, clothing & shoes to allied mariners who found themselves without a ship.