Charles Levine

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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72675. Charles Levine. June 6, 1927. A description of a trans-Atlantic flight: New York to Berlin. The Mauretania was sighted in mid-ocean. The trip took fifty-one hours in the airship, "Columbia." Levine became famous as the first trans-Atlantic passenger (Clarence Chamberlin was the pilot) and was celebrated for his daring by fellow Jews. They went further and faster than Lindbergh flew the previous month, but Lindbergh, of course, was alone. Charles Levine. 4:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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