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What was Charles Lindbergh famous for?

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2009-04-17 10:14:20
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He was the first man to fly solo, nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean.He was pretty young when he flew across the Atlantic ocean. Charles Lindbergh was the first male to fly solo, and his child was kidnapped and murdered, which was called the 'Crime of the Century.' Extra Notes: And after his child was murdered he worried a lot.And he did not work for some months.

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