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 (lĭnd′bûrg′, lĭn′-), Anne Spencer Morrow 1906-2001.
American aviator and writer. She accompanied her husband, Charles Lindbergh, on many of his flights and wrote North to the Orient (1935) and Listen! the Wind (1938).


, Charles Augustus Known as "Lucky Lindy." 1902-1974.
American aviator who made the first solo transatlantic flight (May 20-21, 1927). His books include We (1927) and an autobiography, The Spirit of St. Louis (1953).
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(ˈlɪndbɜːɡ; ˈlɪnbɜːɡ)
(Biography) Charles Augustus. 1902–74, US aviator, who made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic (1927)
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(ˈlɪnd bɜrg, ˈlɪn-)

Charles Augustus, 1902–74, U.S. aviator: made the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight 1927.
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At the 2018 Lindbergh Innovation Forum, prominent aviation leaders presented inventive and leading-edge developments, facts and direction for the future in the aviation industry, the company said.
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.