Charles Lindbergh: His Life
Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 268 pages
1927. Introduction by Karl A. Bickel, president of the United Press Associations. A narrative of the famous aviator from his boyhood to his triumphant, pioneering flight across the Atlantic. Contents: The Boy and the Man; The Lindbergh Family; Boyhood; The Tree Top; The Formative Years; Wings; The Stunt Flier; The Army Aviator; The Flying Mail Man; The Caterpillar Club; The Great Idea; San Diego; New York; Waiting to Go; The Machine; The Start; While the World Watched; The Flight; His Mother; France; Le Bourget; The News; and Triumph.
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