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Charles Lindbergh worked with Ford. Soon, the Willow Run plant was turning out B-24 bombers at an astonishing pace. Then, Charles Lindbergh found a way to join in the war effort without President Roosevelt knowing about it. 42 Lindbergh Book 9/17/07 1:47 PM Page 43 Lindbergh’s friends from the United States Navy conspired to sneak him into the South Pacific war theater as a civilian technical assistant. President Roosevelt was not told. It would be a secret mission. On May 8, 1944, Lindbergh landed in the South Pacific.
31 Lindbergh Book 9/17/07 1:47 PM Page 32 Charles Lindbergh and his wife, Anne. In 1936 Bruno Richard Hauptmann was executed. The Lindberghs now lived in England. There, they felt cozy and safe. The English people were more reserved. They did not approach Lindbergh on the street as Americans had done. The press kept its distance as well. 32 Lindbergh Book 9/17/07 1:47 PM Page 33 Charles Lindbergh was then contacted by a United States Army official with a request. Germany, under Adolf Hitler, was rearming very quickly.
44 Lindbergh Book C 9/17/07 H A 1:47 PM P In the weeks Lindbergh flew than an average bombed enemy and patrolled. T Page 45 E R 8 that followed, Charles more combat missions combat pilot. He divepositions, sank barges, Just about every Japanese anti-aircraft gun in Western New Guinea had shot at him. Lindbergh logged twenty-five combat missions and ninety hours of combat time. On July 10, 1944, he was told that General Douglas MacArthur wanted to 45 Lindbergh Book 9/17/07 1:47 PM Page 46 see him in Australia.
Charles Lindberg (Biographies of the 20th Century) by Anne E. Schraff