Edward Ellsberg’s Books
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On the Bottom, 1928; Dodd, Mead; non-fiction story of the raising of the submarine S-51 off Block Island in 1925/6. In print until 1981; editions: Blue Ribbon Books, Literary Guild, Popular Library (paperback), Armed Services, German, Spanish (Argentina), Swedish, French.
Thirty Fathoms Deep, 1930; Dodd, Mead; fictional story of a sunken submarine; editions: Junior Literary Guild, French, British.
Pigboats, 1931; Dodd, Mead; fictional story of a sunken submarine; made into the movie Hell Belowstarring Robert Montgomery, Robert Young, Jimmy Durante, Madge Evans; editions: British (known as Submerged).
S-54, 1932; Dodd, Mead; collection of fictional salvage stories.
Ocean Gold, 1935; Dodd, Mead; first of a trilogy of juvenile books about sunken treasure; editions: French.
Spanish Ingots a/k/a Submarine Treasure, 1936; Dodd, Mead; 2nd in the trilogy.
Hell on Ice, 1938; Dodd, Mead; fictional account of the Jeannette expedition to the North Pole; editions: Book-of-the-Month Club, Armed Services, British, German, Austrian, Dutch.
Men Under the Sea, 1939; Dodd, Mead; non-fiction collection of salvage stories. British edition published by Mellifort Press Limited (London), date unknown.
Treasure Below, 1940; Dodd, Mead; 3rd of the trilogy; editions: Armed Services.
Captain Paul, 1941; Dodd, Mead; fictional biography of John Paul Jones; editions: Literary Guild, Brazilian, British, Swedish.
"I Have Just Begun to Fight!", 1942; Dodd, Mead; juvenile version of Captain Paul; British edition (Harrap).
Under the Red Sea Sun, 1946; Dodd, Mead; non-fictional account of Ellsberg’s exploits in Massawa on the Red Sea during World War II; editions: Armed Services.
No Banners, No Bugles, 1949; Dodd, Mead; non-fictional account of Ellsberg’s exploits in North Africa during World War II; editions: French (2 different ones).
Cruise of the Jeannette, 1949; Dodd, Mead; juvenile version of Hell on Ice; editions: Swedish.
Passport for Jennifer, 1952; Dodd, Mead; non-fiction story of Ellsberg’s efforts to bring a young British orphan to the United States. Her father had been under Ellsberg’s command in North Africa.
Midwatch, 1954; Dodd, Mead; fictional naval story including trial; similar to the Caine Mutiny; editions: British.
The Far Shore, 1960; Dodd, Mead; last of Ellsberg’s trilogy of his World War II experiences. This book relates the problems leading up to and shortly after D-Day. This is an important book because it relates some unknown information about events leading up to the invasion; editions: Popular Library (paperback), British (Gibbs and Phillips).