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Lindbergh

Charles Augustus. 1902--74, US aviator, who made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic (1927)
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Three key elements make the book an excellent addition to the Lindbergh story: Hampton's subject matter expertise, his prodigious research, and the ability to meld both into excellent prose.
One major problem with the Lindbergh platform was that although citizens didn't want America involved in the conflict, they also supported President Franklin Roosevelt at every phase of what Time magazine called his "thousand-step road to war.
But Lindbergh, committed but not educated about eugenics, privately (for the most part) anti-Jewish, and unduly impressed by German air power, empathized with Nazism, whatever his mild discomfort with their use of violence as discipline.
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Despite inadequate support and seemingly insurmountable obstacles to access, Smith produced over the next three years a series of startling yet remarkably accurate reports on the Nazi military buildup that held the potential to influence deeply the course of American military and diplomatic policy Far from achieving their intended influence, however, Smith's reports drew the otherwise obscure military attache into a political maelstrom not of his own making--a tempest that owed much to Smith's association with famed but increasingly controversial American aviator Charles Lindbergh, whose celebrity Smith exploited to gain critical access to Luftwaffe airfields.
Scott Berg's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography Lindbergh for Paramount Television.
Flash forward to 1941: Lindbergh, who despite his decidedly non-jocular public demeanor "was actually very easygoing in private," according to Mr.
New York (AirGuide Features - Inside Air Travel) Fri, Apr 25, 2014 - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is partnering with a company founded by Erik Lindbergh, the grandson of Charles Lindbergh, to curb emissions and noise from aircraft engines by developing new electric and hybrid power systems.
He had been following the news accounts of the race between Lindbergh, Richard Byrd and others to first fly nonstop from New York to Paris.