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(1) Charles Lindbergh became the very first person to fly solo across the Atlantic.
(2) Charles Lindbergh sat close to the jury, staring at the accused.
(3) Charles Lindbergh no longer was America's hero.
(4) Charles Lindbergh, U. S. Air Mail pilot.
(5) 1928 - Charles Lindbergh is presented the Medal of Honor for his first trans-Atlantic flight.
(6) Charles Lindbergh had to find a different airplane to make his famous flight.
(7) Francis Drake, Robert Scott, Charles Lindbergh, Amy Johnson, Edmund Hilary, Neil Armstrong, and Lewis and Clark are among such individuals.
(8) Yet on that summer day in 1927 his name was on the world's lips—Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly the Atlantic alone.
(9) Charles Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Field on his epic 1927 solo transatlantic flight in the airplane called "The Spirit of St. Louis."
(10) In 1919 a pilot named Charles Lindbergh from St, Louis, USA decided to try to fly from Paris to New York.
(11) Charles Lindbergh led a secret double life with a German woman ... Sentencedict.com
(12) Charles Lindbergh is the first man to fly the Atlantic alone.
(13) Spirit of St. Louis, the plane in which Charles Lindbergh made the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight, was installed in the North Hall of the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building in 1928.
(14) And a young pilot named Charles Lindbergh flew a small plane from the United States to an airport near Paris, France.
(15) One pilot pretended to be Amelia Earhart while another pretended to be Charles Lindbergh.
(16) Anne Morrow Lindbergh often acted as co-pilot for her famous aviator husband, Charles Lindbergh, and together, they explored new air routes across several oceans.
(17) Another early member of the Hall of Fame is Charles Lindbergh.
(18) This is the famous Spirit of St. Louis, a Ryan NYP, which Charles Lindbergh piloted on May 21, 1927, in the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight in history.
(19) Many of these guests, including a British lord, Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, Amelia Ear hart, and Charles Lindbergh, flew to the ranch, landing on the private airstrip.
(20) Christopher Columbus, Isaac Newton, Florence Nightingale, Thomas Edison, Nancy Astor, Charles Lindbergh, Amy Johnson, Edmund Hilary and Neil Armstrong are among such individuals.
(21) The tradition grew out of an editorial embarrassment in 1927 when Time failed to put pilot Charles Lindbergh on its cover after his historic solo trans-Atlantic flight.
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