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Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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    (June 22, 1906-February 7, 2001)
    Born in Englewood, New Jersey
    Daughter of US diplomat Dwight Morrow
    Married aviator Charles Lindbergh (1929-74)
    Wrote 'North to the Orient' (1935), 'Listen! The Wind' (1938), 'The Wave of the Future' (1940), 'The Steep Ascent' (1944), 'The Gift from the Sea' (1955), 'The Unicorn and Other Poems' (1956), 'Earth Shine' (1969), 'Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead' (1973), 'War Within and Without' (1980) and 'Travel Far, Pay No Fare' (1992)
    She had an affair with her physician.
    She wrote that fascism was the inevitable 'wave of the future.'
    She called Hitler 'a very great man, like an inspired religious leader.'
    Her mother publicly criticized her and Charles' pre-WWII isolationism.
    She was the first woman to receive the Hubbard Medal from the National Geographic Society, for exploring 40,000 miles of air routes on five continents.
    Her son was kidnapped and killed (1932).
    Even after the kidnapping, Charles would get angry with her if she displayed emotion.

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