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アミーリア メーリー エアハート。 Amelia Mary Earhart


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Amelia Earhart was a famous American aviatrix.

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The young aviatrix, Amelia Earhart broke the women's altitude record by flying to 14,000 feet.

America's famous aviatrix Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24, 1897

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Amelia Earhart was a famous pilot because she was the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

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Amelia Earhart was a famous American aviatrix of the 1920's ans 1930's. She made many significant record flights.

Amelia was a famous American aviatrix of the 1920's and 30's

The female name is normally spelled "Amelia", as in 20th Century aviatrix Amelia Earhart.

Amelia was a world famous American aviatrix of the 1920's and 1930's

She was an American aviatrix of the 1920's She disappeared during a world flight in 1937 and has never been found .

No, she wasn't; however, Bessie Coleman ( died l926 in accident) was a black aviatrix. No she wasn't some people did think she was

Amelia Earhart wrote several books during her career. All are collector"s items. The only movie done specifically about Amelia was indeed the recent film bearing her name, though there were a number of Aviatrix characters in movies that may have been , if you avoid the obvious pun, Earhart Take-offs. A book entitled Last Flight was published after her disappearance and was edited by her husnand, Mr. Putnam.

Amelia Earhart was nicknamed "Meeley" Her sister, Grace Muriel, was nicknamed "Pidge" First aviatrix to fly across the atlantic Went missing on attempt to fly across the globe, was never found

There have been rumors that Amerlia Earhart was a spy for the US government to watch the Japanese.

Amelia Earhart was a skilled pilot. She was the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded for becoming the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was also a best selling author of books about her flights.

Tokyo Rosa may have been a temporary Japanese Navy or Marine code name for the Aviatrix. The name Tokyo Rose is much better applied to the Philippine born Japanese Propagandist who was on trial after the war for subversive actions. She in no way resembled Amelia Earhart, in fact she was an Oriental woman. ( and was bilingual in English and Japanese- as befits a Japanese Spy type). I think the Tokyo Rosa bit in the Brink book - otherwise fairly accurate and historically intelligent, is a minor slip. I read the book, it is one of the better, yet ( on the ground floor) treatments of this mystery laden subject.

There is no evidence the famous aviatrix ever had any pets as an adult. She did donate a Cat to the Explorer"s club who refused her membership on male-chauvinist grounds.

Amelia Earhart was a world famous aviatrix of the 1920's and 30's. She created many flying records and long solo flights, and finally went missing in the Pacific Ocean in 1937 during an attempted round the world flight.

There is no evidence whatsoever that Amelia Earhart was a spy against the Japanese. It is likely that her aircraft simply ran out of fuel and crashed into the ocean.

No. the Aviatrix hailed from Atcheson , KS, lived in Kansas City for a time, and spent a goodly part of her life- when not airborne, out of Rye Beach, NY. No Virginian ports of call.

There is no direct evidence that the Japanese Army executed Amelia Earhart. Earhart was a popular figure in Japan, and her disappearance occurred 4 years before WW2. There are many competing theories as to her disappearance. The one thing they all have in common is there is no DNA or physical evidence that any of them are true.

I never heard of that Amelia, or Amalia ( Greek variant spelling) Aviatrix Amelia Earhart was married once- to publisher George Palmer Putnam. They were divorced, cause never publicized in l935 . I have never heard of the Amalia you mentioned. Amelia Earhart never had kids.

Leta G. Snook, later Leta Snook Southern, was her instructor, also an aviatrix ( woman pilot of aircraft) for some reason female balloonists are not considered aviatrixes.

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