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Charles A. Lindbergh photographed outside Louie's Lunchroom at Lambert Field, 11 May 1927 before proceeding to New York for the New York-Paris flight. Photograph by Mario Cavagnaro of the St. Louis Star, 1927. Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints collections. Charles Lindbergh Collection. n39404.
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Charles Lindbergh era un joven intrépido y valiente con un sueño: volar. Por ello a los 20 años decide abandonar sus estudios de ingeniería mecánica y se inscribe en el programa de entrenamiento de una escuela de vuelo y mecánica. Ese mismo año, el 1 de abril de 1922, realiza su primer vuelo como pasajero en un biplano y completamente seducido por la aviación, compra su propio avión poco después. Dos años después empieza a entrenar en el cuerpo aéreo de los Estados Unidos donde consigue el…
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Negatives stored by The San Diego Union Tribune for 90 years show Charles Lindbergh's first Spirit of St. Louis test flight.
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There are more valid facts and details in works of art than there are in history books. —Charlie Chaplin, My AutobiographyIt may not be alternative history anymore. On March 16, HBO will present the first of six episodes of David Simon and Ed Burns’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s prize-winning novel The Plot Against America. Written as a kind of autobiography of the Roth family in 1940s Newark, The Plot Against America is also a re-imagined history that, 16 years after its publication, turns…
Charles Lindbergh and 'The Spirit of St. Louis' c. 1927 Source: San Diego Air & Space Museum
Charles Lindbergh crosses the Atlantic in 33 hours, 1927.
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Charles Lindbergh, American aviator who made the first nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean (May 20–21, 1927). The achievement made him one of the most-celebrated personalities of the interwar period. He was perhaps the most prominent advocate for U.S. isolationism in the early years of World War II.
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On Mar 1, 1932, Charles Lindbergh, Jr., the first child of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, was kidnapped from his home. Two years later an arrest was made.
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On Feb. 15, 1764, Auguste Chouteau began construction of what would become St. Louis. The 15-year-old, led a group of men to the spot picked by his stepfather, Pierre Laclede,
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