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No.51: Charles Lightoller RNR

One of the early Wreck of the Week entries looked at Charles Lightoller, a Lancashire lad who went to sea, and I’d like to revisit his story by looking at his wartime service, as we anticipate the commemoration of the First World War. 385 more words

Shipwrecks

    The roaring sound of thumping metal on the forward haul of the ship told me the anchor was released to the floor of the Mediterranean Sea. 3,535 more words

    1. My Short Stories

    Titanic 10 PM 14 April 1912

    At ten o’clock First Officer Murdoch relieves Second Officer Lightoller as the officer of the watch. Lightoller makes his after watch tour before going to his stateroom to get some much needed sleep. 488 more words

    New

    Titanic's Top Secret

    Like how the Da Vinci Code stunned everyone, another writer is trying to surprise the world with the most popular Steam ship’s, Titanic, all-time controversy. 334 more words

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    Did the Titanic Steer Into That Iceberg?

    Or is this new tidbit of information just a way to sell some novels? 389 more words

    Nation

    Titanic Sunk By Steering Blunder, New Book Claims by Richard Alleyne

    Titanic Sunk By Steering Blunder, New Book Claimsby Richard AlleyneDaily Telegraph It was always thought the Titanic sank because its crew were sailing too fast and failed to see the… 231 more words

    Titanic sunk by steering mistake

    The Titanic hit an iceberg in 1912 because of a basic steering error, and only sank as fast as it did because an official persuaded the captain to continue sailing, an author said in an interview published on Wednesday. 384 more words

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