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Includes significant references to Bermuda and its role in the dark years of the Second World War. Bermuda was conveniently removed from the press and the humanitarian groups pushing for the attack on the camps to take higher priority. The delegates stayed for 12 days at Horizons, but the talks faltered.
John Pearson. It claimed Commander Bond really did exist but was written up as fiction to deceive his enemies. It stated he was based at Bermuda's Hamilton Princess Hotel where he occupied a private suite belonging to his chief, Sir William Stephenson. In Bermuda, tourists at the hotel helped to spread rumors galore about the book, for example that in the hotel's Gazebo Bar the wall of giant fish tank was the model for the attempted death of Bond by Dr. No's sharks. They wanted to see a gold plated Cadillac in which Bond glided. New York.
With much on Bermuda. The books detail paths to success both at home and at work. A Bermuda Garden of Song. Bessie Gray. A book of poetry about Bermuda. David R Pitts, published by Mimeo, May , 58pp.
A Berth to Bermuda. John Rousmaniere. Mystic Seaport: Cruising Club of America. The oldest regularly scheduled ocean race began in with the-then radical idea of amateur sailors racing normal boats in the ocean. A Bird watching Guide to Bermuda. By avid bird watcher Bermudian Andrew Dobson. Many others find their way here in winter. Best areas for birding, by parish.
Hobson Woodward, Viking, Focuses on William Strachey, an English writer whose works are among the primary sources for the early history of the English colonization of North America, and the shipwreck of the Sea Venture on the uninhabited island of Bermuda. The survivors eventually reached Virginia after building two small ships during the ten months they spent on the island.
A Carto-Bibliography for Bermuda, Bermudian author Jonathan Land Evans. It sets out, chronologically and in schematic detail including their publishing history and indicative rarity ratings , all of the old printed maps of Bermuda known to the author.
Variously privately published in micro-editions, and , chiefly for libraries, not available for purchase. A Century of Passenger Liners to Bermuda. Piers Plowman and marine artist Stephen Card. Book traces their history. A Century of Service. A Story of Cable and Wireless including its Bermuda operation. A Colony at War. Bermuda in the global fight against fascism, First published December 4, with pages, now in a revised edition with new material.
A wide-ranging study of the small but importantly-situated British colony of Bermuda during the Second World War. Includes references to and descriptions of the Battle of the Atlantic fought by the Royal Navy, Royal Canadian Navy and US Navy and their Bermuda bases, the creation of the US naval and military bases, the important Imperial Censorship station, and numerous practical issues that confronted British, Bermudian and American officials in this British Atlantic colony the oldest, smallest but most affluent of the British Overseas Territories as they sought to survive and win the war against Hitler's Germany.
Eugene Sheel. Report, not book. It went into huge detail, complete with drawings and sketches on the state of what had once been the magnificent Mel Ayton. Author recounts this event, one of the very few assassinations in any British territory. It compromised Bermuda tourism for many years.
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- The Crimsoned Hills of Onondaga: Romantic Antiquarians and the Euro-American Invention of Native American Prehistory, Student Editon!
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Account of Life on the Prison Hulks. By William Sydes who was a British convict at Dockyard. A Discovery of the Bermudas. A Cruise to the Somers Isles. Article, 21st March Harper's Weekly. A Dark Iris. Liz Jones. A finalist in Code Burt Award, a Caribbean competition for young adult literature.