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Justus Miles Forman (1875–1915)

Justus Miles Forman was born on 1st November 1875 in Le Roy, New York, USA. He went to Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut and graduated in 1898. He was a successful writer and Playwright. On 7th May 1915, he was on board the Lusitania when it was torpedoed by the German submarine, U-20. The liner sank in eighteen minutes taking the lives of ... See full bio »

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 1922 The Face Between (story "The Carterets")
 1918 Buchanan's Wife (novel)
 1915 Garden of Lies (novel)
 1915 An Opal Ring (Short) (scenario)

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Stage: Wrote "The Hyphen", produced on Broadway. Directed by Fred G. Latham. Knickerbocker Theatre: 19 Apr 1915-May 1915 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Ruth Ashmead, William Burress, Robert Haines, Gail Kane, Bertram Marburgh, David Powell, Grant Stewart, Louise Sydmeth, William H. Thompson, John N. Wheeler. Produced by ... See more »


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He has been mentioned in many Lusitania books such as The Last Voyage of the Lusitania (1956) by A.A.Hoehling and Mary Hoehling, Seven Days to Disaster (1982) by Des Hickey and Gus Smith, The Lusitania: The Life, Loss, and Legacy of an Ocean Legend (2000) by David Allen Butler, and Lusitania: An Epic Tragedy (2002) by Diana Preston.

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