cared little for the trappings of fame or for hobnobbing with the elite.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
found herself in an age where she could fly through the very heavens to which Augustine had long ago prayed, through which Galileo first spotted the moons of Jupiter.
58) And by the 1930s, the print media's massive coverage of the Lindbergh
case was forced to compete with the new technologies of radio, movie newsreels, and even the infant medium of television.
After an indifferent academic record in a number of schools, Lindbergh
became a pilot, barnstorming in air shows and flying the mail.
Add to this the enshrinement of national cultural heroes: Babe Ruth, Bill Tilden, Red Grange, and, not least, Charles Lindbergh
, and one recognizes a nation increasingly becoming self-conscious.
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Before World War II, the American hero Lindbergh
was in Germany applauding Hitler's brand-new fascist air force, which would soon bomb the heck out of Poland, France and Great Britain.
When Charles Lindbergh
arrived at Paris' Le Bourget Airfield on the night of May 21, 1927, completing the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight in history, French police and two companies of soldiers with fixed bayonets could not restrain the 150,000 Frenchmen who had gathered to greet him.
The little boy was Charles Augustus Lindbergh
, son of Charles Lindbergh
, who four years before, had become the most famous man in the world.
The press had several nicknames for Lindbergh
, all of which annoyed him.
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The Flight of the Century: Charles Lindbergh
and the Rise of American Aviation tells of an airmail pilot from rural Minnesota who made the first nonstop transatlantic flight.
From 1957 until his death in 1974, Charles Lindbergh
led a secret life crammed with three extramarital affairs and seven unacknowledged children.
Little Charles Augustus Lindbergh
Junior was only 20 months old when he was kidnapped from his family's rural mansion near Hopewell, New Jersey, on March 1, 1932.