Charles A. Lindbergh: A Human Hero Setting

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Giblin goes beyond chronicling Lindbergh's life from his birth on February 4,1902 in Little Falls, Minnesota to his death seventy-two years later on the Hawaiian island of Maui; he presents detailed facts of Lindbergh's aeronautical adventures and thoroughly grounds them in the fascinating contexts of world and aviation history. Lindbergh's journey across the Atlantic was only the first of his worldwide flights in the interest of aviation navigation, and Giblin traces these flights and notes their importance. After the kidnapping and killing of his firstborn son, Lindbergh moved his family in search of privacy, first to England and then to an island off the coast of France.

Lindbergh Flying Over London on His Way to Paris.

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