(1902–74), American aviator; full name Charles Augustus Lindbergh. In 1927 he made the first solo transatlantic flight in a single-engined monoplane, Spirit of St Louis. He moved to Europe with his wife to escape the publicity surrounding the kidnap and murder of his two-year-old son in 1932.
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