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 and...

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