The wartime journals of Charles A. Lindbergh

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Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1970 - Biography & Autobiography - 1038 pages
A detailed personal record of events from the time of the German invasion of Austria to Lindbergh's visits to postwar Europe's ruined cities

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A fascinating read, but at 1002 pages unnecessarily long. There are details which do not add to an understanding of the man or his thoughts. Is it really necessary for him to tell the reader, every ... Read full review

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For a man whose mind ran to scientific discovery, courageous endeavor, and energetic living, it would not be expected to find him a skilled writer as well. These journal entries written between the ... Read full review

Contents

179
371
Acknowledgments
1001
Index
1013
Copyright

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About the author (1970)

Charles A. Lindbergh was twenty-five years old when he made his world-famous journey across the North Atlantic. A native of Little Falls, Minnesota, he would later serve as an aircraft consultant to the Ford Motor Company and the United Aircraft Corporation during World War II. In 1954, Lindbergh was appointed brigadier general in the air force reserve. He died in 1974.

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