Colonel Lindbergh's World

February 1941
New Republic;2/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 5, p134
Focuses on the refusal of Charles A. Lindbergh, Colonel of the U.S. Army Air Corps reserves, to support Great Britain in the Second World War. Belief of Lindbergh that a victory by Great Britain would require a long struggle which would leave Europe a shambles; Proposal of a negotiated peace as an alternative to a British victory; Need to analyze Lindbergh's proposals before extending support to the British; Arguments given by the author that under existing circumstances a negotiated peace would be an overwhelming victory for the Axis; Possible impact of the war on the U.S.


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