U-Boats off Bermuda

U-Boats off Bermuda

This is the never-told story of over a thousand men and women who made it ashore to rescue in the remote British Colony of Bermuda after 80 Allied ships were sunk by 140 German submarines during World War II.


Welcome to UBoats in Bermuda.com, by author Eric T. Wiberg, whose book about U-boats in the Bahamas was published in February 2017. This book covers all Allied and Axis patrols and losses within an arc of roughly 300 nautical miles from Gibbs Hill Light, Bermuda during the period of most frequent attacks, namely 1942. The following vessels are treated in depth, as well as repatriation of over 1,000 Allied servicemen and passengers who landed ashore in Bermuda during that timeframe:

Look for two more upcoming books in this trilogy: UBoats in the Bahamas and Tanker Disasters

"Eric Wiberg has made a significant contribution to the bibliography of World War II history."
-J. Revell Carr   Santa Fe, N.M.