Recently published autobiography of one of America's greatest sons. He was a hero from the time of his historic solo trans-Atlantic flight from New York to Paris up to the moment he decided to intervene in Jewish plans to enlist America's support in a war against National Socialist Germany. Charles Lindbergh was an admirer of Hitler and his regime and although not an overt racialist, felt that another world war would spell disaster for the White race worldwide.
This story details his fall off the pedestal of being America's greatest hero to being demonized in the Jewish press as a Nazi supporter simply because he felt there was no good reason for a war between America and Germany and for taking to task the most powerful warmongers in the land including President Franklin Roosevelt.
And, of course, the author details, the history of the Lindbergh family and life of"Lucky Lindy" from his early "barnstorming" days of pioneering aviation to the famous baby Lindbergh kidnapping case and his varied accomplishments as a respected scientist and "Father of American Commercial Aviation". His life closes with his infinitely detailed plans for his own death.
A definitive account of one of America's most remarkable men. The author was the first researcher to be allowed access to the Lindbergh private family library. A must read. Lots of photographs. Large book with dust jacket
628 pages ----- Hard Cover