An American Hero: The True Story of Charles a. Lindbergh Topics for Discussion

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What reason did Lindbergh give for not returning the German medal awarded to him in 1938?

Why do some modern historians doubt the verdict in the "Crime of the Century" trial?

What innovations did Lindbergh introduce into The Spirit of St. Louis airplane?

What opinion did Lindbergh hold of Nazi Germany in the late 1930s? Did his views differ over the years?

Why was Lindbergh's Des Moines speech as a spokesman for America First an important turning point in public perception of the man?

Describe Lindbergh's aviation-related activities prior to his 1927 transatlantic flight.

What was Lindbergh's relationship with the media?

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