Charles Lindbergh


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Noun1.Charles Lindbergh - United States aviator who in 1927 made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean (1902-1974)Charles Lindbergh - United States aviator who in 1927 made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean (1902-1974)
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1927: Pilot Charles Lindbergh landed in Paris to win the $25,000 prize for the first solo flight across the Atlantic.
YOUR EDITORIAL COLUMN in the latest issue ["The First W is for World," guest-written by publisher Jim Kushlan, in Kilroy, August 2018] did a nice job of dancing around the elephant in the room: our modern-day version of good old America First Committee isolationism that Charles Lindbergh tainted his name with back before World War II.
Frequency Electronics, a defense contractor that produces equipment for aircraft and missiles, extended its lease for 91,000 square feet at 55 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
Among his literary works, perhaps the most well-known are "American Pastoral," published in 1997 - for which he received the Pulitzer Prize - and "The Plot Against America," released in 2004, which followed a fictional scenario where Charles Lindbergh, a Nazi sympathizer, won the 1940 presidential election instead of the then POTUS Franklin Roosevelt.
Seeing Charles Lindbergh through his daughter's eyes is fascinating.
The 1934 whodunnit was inspired by the death of American aviator Charles Lindbergh's toddler son and heir Charles Augustus-Lindbergh Junior.
The Flight: Charles Lindbergh's Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing.
The Flight: Charles Lindbergh's Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing comes from an aviation historian who is himself a decorated fighter pilot, and who offers a vivid story of Lindbergh's first non-stop flight across the Atlantic in The Spirit of Saint Louis.
Located at 60 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard in Uniondale, across approximately 7.78 acres of land, the building includes two floors plus a concourse level.
1932: The kidnapped baby son of aviator Charles Lindbergh found dead.
BORN ALICE Cooper, US rock star, 1948, above JERRY Shirley, rock drummer, 1952 CHARLES Lindbergh, aviator, 1902 DIED LIBERACE, US pianist, 1987, above LOUIS Jordan, blues musician, 1975 REG Presley, English rocker, 2013