Charles Lindbergh fly’s virus serum to Quebec
In recent years, the reputation of Charles Lindbergh has taken several hits. Many people who were alive just before World War II have not forgiven him for his praise of Nazi Germany and all his anti-war efforts on behalf of the America First movement. To Lindbergh’s credit, he abandoned the anti-war activities right after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour and went on, as a civilian, to fly combat missions in the South Pacific.
Read more on page 252 of the March Edition of African Pilot Magazine.