Survivor Statements for U-Boats of New England

AEOLUS – Survivor Statements ALEXANDER MCCOMBE – Survivor Statements ALEXANDRA HOEGH – Survivor Statements ANGELUS – Survivor Statements ATLANTIC STATES – Survivor Statements BEN JOSEPHINE – Survivor Statements BERGANGER – Survivor Statements BLACK POINT – Survivor Statements CHEROKEE – Survivor Statements CHEROKEE FM CHAMBERLAIN – Survivor Statements CORNWALLIS – Survivor Statements FOAM – Survivor Statements […]

Survivor Statements for U-Boats of Bermuda

AGRA – Documents ALCOA GUIDE – Documents ALCOA SHIPPER – Documents ANNA – Documents ATHEL KNIGHT – Documents BRIS – Documents BRITISH RESOURCE – Documents CITY OF BIRMINGHAM – Documents DERRYHEEN – Documents EASTMOOR – Documents EMPIRE DRUM – Documents EMPIRE DRYDEN – Documents EMPIRE STEEL – Documents EMPIRE WILDEBEEST – Documents ENSIS – Documents […]

Survivor Statements for U-Boats Bahamas

ABGARA Survivors Statements AFOUNDRIA Survivors Statements AMAZONE Survivors Statements ANDREW JACKSON Survivors Statements ATHELQUEEN Survivors Statements BARBARA Survivors Statements CARDONIA Survivors Statements CARMEN Survivors Statements CATAHOULA Survivors Statements CHARLES RACINE Survivors Statements CHEERIO Survivors Statements CHERRY VALLEY Survivors Statements CITIES SERVICE EMPIRE Survivors Statements CITY OF ALMA Survivors Statements CLAN SKENE Survivors Statements COLABEE Survivors […]

Book review on

For the first time, a book exposes an obscure theater of the Second World War in great detail and comprehensively, not just in terms of geography but also from the perspectives of both Allied and Axis participants. U-Boats off Bermuda provides details of specific U-Boat patrols and their commanders, as well as a general overview […]

Book Review by Soundings Magazine

Danger lurked at every knot and fathom for sailors during World War II. German and Italian submarines stalked Allied ships, disrupting supply lines and troop transports. U-Boats in the Bahamas is a study of the naval conflicts in the waters around the Turks & Caicos and the Bahamas, where subs sank 130 Allied ships… Read […]

SS Nemanja of Yugoslavia sunk by U-84/Uphoff off Nova Scotia 7 April 1942; 13 KIA

Nemanja SS Nemanja under her previous name of Trojan Prince. Source: The steamship Nemanja was built in 1918 as the War Perch by Bertram and Sons of Sunderland, England. Ordered by the UK Shipping Controller for WWI, she had a colorful 24-year career with four names, including Trojan Prince for the Prince Line (Furness […]

M/S Molganger sunk by U-404 Bülow S of Nantucket, 9 men on rafts survive 48 days towards Azores

Moldanger Moldanger under way. Source: From Bjørn Milde’s postcard collection.             The Norwegian cargo motor ship Moldanger was completed in March 1933 by the Netherlands’ Shipbuilding Company, NV of Amsterdam. Her owners were A/S Westfal-Larsen & Co. of Bergen, Norway, to which the ship was home-ported. She was 6,827 gross tons and a single-deck […]

MS Mattawin sunk by U-553/Thurmann off Nantucket, all 71 survived; taken to Newport, Cape Cod, Halifax

MS Mattawin. Source: Andrey Nelogov, The 6,919-ton diesel-motored ship Mattawin was originally built as the Ediba at Harland and Wolff’s storied shipyard in Govan, Glasgow. Ediba is a rural hamlet northeast of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and the ship’s owners, the Elder Dempster Lines Ltd. of Liverpool, traded to West Africa regularly and named many […]

SS Taborfjell, sunk by U-576/Heinicke off Cape Cod MA, British sub rescued 3 men, took to Canada

A photo of D/S Taborfjell from, from Arve Wiborg. The Norwegian steam ship Taborfjell was 1,339 gross tons and could carry 2,600 tons of dry cargo. She was built in Oslo Norway in 1938 by Nylands Mek. Verksted. Her owners in April 1942 were A/S Rudolf and managers were Olsen & Ugelstad of Oslo, […]