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The 1927 illustration on the right shows the broad expanse that separated the continents of Europe and North America and lays out the various transatlantic routes chosen not only by Charles Lindbergh but but pilots Alcock and Brown as well as the assorted airships that had made the voyage previously.

It was a sad day when Lindbergh found common-cause with European fascists - click here to read about that period in his life...

     


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His Route to Paris (Literary Digest, 1927)

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