“I wish someone would arise me adult and tell me it’s true,” she said after cruising over a Andes.
But her celebrity started to green after she sprinkled antiwar pamphlets around a White House from her craft in 1939, call a Civil Aviation Authority to suspend her license.
In a thick of World War II, it emerged that she was a Nazi pacifier and a German agent; witnesses pronounced she took income from a German central and called Hitler a “marvelous man.”
She was sentenced to dual years in prison in 1942, her wings strictly clipped.
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