Foreign News: Airman to Earthmen

The German people could not know that Charles Augustus Lindbergh was coming to them with high seriousness to deliver a great message last week. In fact they could not know when he was coming, if at all. The Colonel had made his usual request for privacy and for the first time since LINDBERGH became a magic name this request had been made to someone who could and would grant it, HITLER. At a word from Der Führer it became impossible for any German paper to mention that a borrowed British Gipsy-Moth had taken...

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