copyright 2010; MJF Books publishers, New York; hardbound with red and black boards and gilt lettering on spine; very good condition; pictoral dust jacket very good.
Describes how, angered by Charles Lindbergh's criticism of him, President Roosevelt launched a successful smear campaign against Lindbergh, accusing him of being a Nazi sympathizer, despite Lindbergh's anti-Nazi feelings and actions.
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Was Charles Lindbergh an anti-semite and Nazi sympathizer? After all, didn't he accept the German Medal of Honor? Didn't he say that "the Jewish race" was to blame for trying to get the United States involved in World War II? And didn't he attend the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin as a special guest of Nazi leader Hermann Goring? Isn't it true that Charles Lindbergh, one of America's most admired cultural icons, proved in the end to be a dispicable traitor?
Absolutely not, asserts James P. Duffy in his explosive new book...