Charles Lindbergh by Guy Pendlebury (test)

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Charles Lindbergh, 4 February 1902 – 26 August 1974, was a self effacing US Air mail pilot who shot from obscurity to worldwide fame at the age of 25. He won the Orteig Prize, taking off 20th May 1927 and landing in Paris circa 33 hours later 21 May. He won $25,000, the equivalent of about $400,000. He won because he challenged convention, flew a single engined plane solo and did not carry anything he considered non essential. Finally he flew into a fading but dangerous weather system famously saying: Lindbergh was quoted as saying: “What kind of man would live where there is no danger? I don’t believe in taking foolish chances. But nothing can be accomplished by not taking a chance at all.”

Weight0.1 kg
Dimensions0.78 × 0.56 × 0.1 cm
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