Chief Executive speaks on the World at One (06/11/15)
Commodore Malcolm Williams speaks on the World at One of his disappointment that the Merchant Navy was left out of the Annual Festival of Remembrance in London.
Full interview can be heard at 36.29 HERE
His letter was also featured in the Daily Telegraph, full transcript below:
SIR: It is regrettable that the BBC, our national broadcaster, never covers the Remembrance Day service in Trinity Square Gardens, in London, where the names of 36,000 fishermen and merchant mariners who died at sea in the First and Second World Wars – and whose bodies never came home – are inscribed in bronze.
Cdre Malcolm Williams RN (retd), Chief Executive, Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society