Lindbergh

Album: Asch Recordings, Vol. 1-4 (1944)
  • Charles Lindbergh, a famed American aviator maligned in Woody Guthrie's song "Lindbergh."

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  • Amelia from NevadaUnwarranted? Even his f--king wikipedia page notes that he was a white supremacist who openly supported the Nazi's anti-semitism. He even mentions the "Jewish Question" in his diary entry about Kristallnacht and also stated he preferred a 'racially pure' Europe over a democratic one. This 'analysis' is at best uninformed and stupid.
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