Charles Lightoller


Inger Sheil

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Hallo Ursula -

I've had contact with a couple of members of the Lightoller family, who have been very gracious and helpful. I'm a bit reluctant to pass on personal details out of respect for their privacy. Are you looking at using material from one of the BBC interviews? It might be best to contact them in the first instance.
 
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Ursula Kuny

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I could understand that. I'm working for a German publisher who publishes audio books. For this time we work together with a big publisher for encyclopaedias. That's all what I could say about this project at that time.
I don't know whether it was an interview with the BBC. But you can find it on a CD of the British Library.
 

Charlene

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Hey, someone could give me information about lightoller´s half siblings? I read he wrote a half-sister in WWII and he met a half-nephew who was serving in UK...
 
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I haven't had any connections with the Lightoller Family.
But here is a bit of trivia for "Titanic" movie fans.
There is a scene in the 1953 "Titanic" in which he is shown plotting the locations of icebergs on an ocean chart. (Portrayed by Edmund Purdom)
 

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