“We”: The Famous Flier’s Own Story of His Life and His Trans-Atlantic Flight, Together with His Views on the Future of Aviation


Charles A. Lindbergh (Editor)

Series: Historical Figures
BISAC: HIS051000

Charles A. Lindbergh’s life is chronicled in this autobiography. It includes the events leading up to his May 1927 New York to Paris solo trans-Atlantic flight in the Spirit of St. Louis. An appendix by Fitzhugh Green entitled, A Little of what the World thought of Lindbergh, describes the post-flight welcomes Lindberg received in Paris, Brussels, London, Washington, New York and St. Louis.

Table of Contents

Chapter I. Boyhood and Early Flights

Chapter II. My First Plane

Chapter III. Barnstorming Experience

Chapter IV. Heading South

Chapter V. Training at Brooks Field4

Chapter VI. Receiving a Pilot’s Wings

Chapter VII. I Join the Air Mail

Chapter VIII. Two Emergency Jumps

Chapter IX. San Diego—St. Louis—New York

Chapter X. New York to Paris

Publisher’s Note

Author’s Note

Appendices: A Little of What the World Thought of Lindbergh
By Fitzhugh Green

Appendix I. Paris

Appendix II. Brussels

Appendix III. London


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