North to the Orient

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Chatto & Windus, 1935 - Transpacific flights - 255 pages
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Account of flight from New York over North American Arctic and Kamchatka, to China and Japan, made in 1931 by Charles Lindbergh and his wife.

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User Review  - Barbara Schultz - Goodreads

Anne is the consummate writer - to the point of being poetic. I do enjoy reading her books. They provide terrific insights on husband Charles as well as the art of flying. Anne takes you back to a time during the Golden Age of Aviation and gives it new meaning - an appreciative one! Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Hinkle - Goodreads

A truly beautiful book about people and the early days of transcontinental flying. Practically every word is essential. I'd never read anything by her before (aside from a preface to a Saint-Exupery ... Read full review

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Preface
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n Preparation
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in TakeOff
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