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A Look Back at Charles Lindbergh

A Look Back at Charles Lindbergh
Retired USAF Col. Bill Rutledge shares details about Lindbergh’s life.

May 20-21, 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew the first nonstop flight from New York to Paris. He became one of the most famous individuals in the world. Retired USAF Col. Bill Rutledge shares details about Lindbergh’s life. Col. Rutledge explains that Lindbergh’s courtship and proposal to Anne Morrow was more scientific than romantic. Col. Rutledge explains the relationship between the Lindbergh’s and the Nazis and the contributions that Lindbergh made during WWII in the Pacific Theater.

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