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Lindbergh Dies / Life / Career #235933

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 26, 1974
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(Studio) Charles A. Lindbergh, 72, dies on Hawaii isle.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(No location given) Film shown of Lindbergh's career and life. 1927 flight to Paris from New York City shown. Became great American hero. Son kidnapped and killed 5 years later. Bruno Hauptmann convicted and executed. Lindbergh urged US to stay out of World War II. [LINDBERGH - says France lost war and England losing. United States can't help her.] Crowd boos. Concerned with ecology and conservation later. Speaks to test pilots in 1973. [LINDBERGH - says life and aviation must be integrated.]
REPORTER: Bob McNamara

McNamara, Bob;
Mudd, Roger

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