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Berlitz, Charles Frambach

Born: 1913 AD
Died: 2003 AD
3 (60%) 17 votes

1914 – Born on the 20th of November in New York City.

         – The grandson of the founder of the famous Berlitz language schools, Berlitz was a former president of Berlitz Publications who later became well known for his books on such bizarre topics as the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis, UFOs, and secret military experiments.

1934 – His career began as a language teacher at the Berlitz Schools of Language in New York City.

1936 – He graduated magna cum laude from Yale University.

         – After serving in the U.S. Army Reserve as an intelligence officer during World War II, Berlitz became president of Berlitz Publications.

1950 – Married to Valerie Seary.

1967 – He remained as president of the company until it was bought out by another publisher.

1974 – Wrote The Bermuda Triangle.

1976 – Awarded the Dag Hammarskjöld International Prize for Non-fiction in for The Bermuda Triangle.

         – Worked for the family language school, The Berlitz School of Languages.

         – Played a key role in developing record and tape language courses.

1981 – He wrote about UFOs in The Roswell Incident, the mystery of the location of Noah’s Ark in The Lost Ship of Noah: In Search of the Ark at Ararat, and other unusual subjects in such books as The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility and ‘Doomsday: 1999 A.D.’.

1989 – He wrote on the books: The Mystery of Atlantis, The Bermuda Triangle, Without a Trace: New Information from the Triangle, Atlantis, the Eighth Continent, and The Dragon’s Triangle.

2003 – He died on 18th of December at University Hospital in Tamarac, Florida.

3 (60%) 17 votes