ARTICLES

George Dibbern: His Life and Quest

Adventurer ~ Sailor-Philosoper ~ Free Thinker ~ Self-declared Citizen of the World


ARTICLES BY ERIKA GRUNDMANN

• George Dibbern: Sailor-Philosopher — Pacific Yachting, July 1999

• German George — New Zealand Memories Issue 25, August/September 2000

• German George Returns — New Zealand Memories Issue 29, April/May 2001

• From Half a World Away — The Alberni Valley Times July 27, 2005

• Galley Bay: A Dream Denied — Nor’westing and Boat Journal Nov/Dec 2005

• After the Book: More Tales and Treasures — New Zealand Memories, Issue 62, Oct/Nov 2006

• My Quest for Quest: How a Book Changed my Life — Senior Living, November 2009

ARTICLES, etc. BY OTHERS

• All at Sea with a Man of No Land — by Robert Messenger, Canberra Times 2 Tuesday December 27, 2005

• Man Adrift — BC BookWorld Vol. 22, No. 4, Winter 2008-2009, pp. 5-6

• Törn nach Utopia — by Anette Selg, mare #91 April/Mai 2012

• My Hand, my Friend, Aloha — by Anette Selg. One hour radio feature (in German), broadcast 3 February 2013 on SWR-2. The manuscript itself can also be downloaded.
Slick and well done. It is really interesting to hear the voices of Dr Frauke Dibbern Ploog (Dibbern’s only surviving German daughter) and of Doe von Fritsch.
[Unfortunately not a single reference to Dark Sun, my years of research — the substantial findings of which I made freely available to Ms. Selg — and my role in the Dibbern story was not included by the radio SWR-2. E.G.]