Charles Nungesser

Charles Nungesser (* 15. March 1892 in Paris; verschollen to 8. May 1927 in the Atlantic or in North America) was a French flier ASS of the First World War.

Nungesser died with the attempt to cross together with François Coli in the double-decker Oiseau brightly (white bird) the Atlantic Non stop from Paris to New York. The airplane was seen last with Étretat in normandy, where today a monument and a museum appreciated the event. Possibly Nungesser and Coli achieved the North American continent in Canada and fell then in the hills US - of the State of Maine .


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