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Sue for Ronelle
Re: Lindbergh family history.........
Sun Jun 25, 2017 09:25

I would have liked to have read the Rudolf Schrock book in English. After all, Lindbergh was an American and not a German. It really should have been translated and available to buy in the United States.

I also feel Berg should have gotten it right. The German families were a major omission. Even if he were to include them in a second biography, it begs the question why he missed that information for his Pulitizer-prize-winning book.

  • Lindbergh family history.........Ronelle to Sue , Sun Jun 25 03:50
    ...........has been heavily redacted, erased, whitewashed and, in some ways, totally made up to fit the historical "legacy" of a man who is, even today, the source of great wealth for his living... more
    • Re: Lindbergh family history......... — Sue for Ronelle, Sun Jun 25 09:25
      • translating Schrock's bookRichard E Sloan, Mon Jun 26 13:47
        After all this time, I cant understand why none of us have been able to find and get someone who can read and translate GErman who would, gratis, translate the book into English, even with just a... more
        • Robert Bryan book also in GermanRonelle to Richard and Forum, Thu Jun 29 01:22
          I have forgotten to post this info concerning another German book - a paperback edition published in 2014: JAHRHUNDERT - VERBRECHEN Bruno Richard Hauptmann Und Die Entfuhrung Des Lindbergh-Babys It... more
        • Re: translating Schrock's bookSue, Tue Jun 27 18:19
          Have any friends that are fluent in German?
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