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Summary

We is the personal account of Charles A. Lindbergh and his historic transatlantic flight from New York to Paris. Published mere months after he completed the journey, his memoir includes his thoughts about the future of aviation and his life leading up to that solo journey.

Taking off from Long Island in the Spirit of St. Louis on May twentieth, less than thirty-six hours later he landed in Le Bourget Field in Paris. And over night he transformed from anonymous mail pilot to American hero. New York City threw him the biggest ticker tape parade to date, and he was even awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

In his own words, We brings to life one of the most dramatic events in aviation history and allows us a glimpse into one of the most daring solo journeys of the twentieth century.

Originally published in 1927.

Public Domain (P)2022 Blackstone Publishing

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