Objects & Places from An American Hero: The True Story of Charles a. Lindbergh

Barry Denenberg
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Spirit of St. Louis - This is the name of the plane that Lindbergh designed and piloted across the Atlantic Ocean for the first transatlantic flight in history.

Crime of the Century - This is the name for the kidnapping of the Lindberghs' first child.

Little Falls, Minnesota - This place was Charles Lindbergh's childhood home.

Ray Page's Flying School - This is where Lindbergh learned to fly after he quit engineering college.

Barnstorming - This is the practice of flying over middle American communities, doing daredevil tricks and offering paid plane rides to citizens.

Le Bourget - This was the airport in Paris, France where Lindbergh landed in after his successful transatlantic flight.

America First Committee - This organization advocated an isolationist foreign policy, and urged the United States to keep out of the Second World War.

Luftwaffe - This organization was Germany's air force before...

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