Author & Historian, Eric T. Wiberg

Eric Wiberg is an author and historian living in Boston. He grew up in Nassau Bahamas to parents from Sweden and the US. From age 13 he attended New England boarding schools then Boston College before skippering a 68-foot sailing yacht from the Galapagos to New Zealand at age 23...

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U-Boats in New England

U-Boats in New England

Starting weeks after Hitler declared war on the United States, 73 German U-Boats sustainably attacked New England waters, from Montauk New York to the tip of Nova Scotia at Cape Sable.

Swan Sinks

The human element of a relatively small incident like the loss of the relatively small, 3530-ton Cygnet, is both compelling and illustrative of the larger, global struggle.

More Books by Eric Wiberg

Surviving St. Georges
Diaries (1984-2019)
Napoleon's Battles - by Felix P.D. Wiberg
Ake Wiberg
Turtle Tales (1980)
Umbrae Papilionis
Z for Zarathustra
Shorts (1990)

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If you'd like to learn more about the history of U-Boats in the Americas, browse my selection of in-depth accounts of U-Boat Patrols, Attack Narratives and much more in the Historical Resources section.