The flight of the German airplane Bremen from Europe to North America in 1928 was one of the milestones of aviation history. No one had flown the Atlantic in that direction and the risks were high - seven people had died in the attempt. When two Germans and an Irishmen left Ireland in the Bremen for New York, there were predictions of a similar fate, and when nothing was heard after 40 hours, the newspapers began preparing obituaries of the gallant crew. Suddenly a message was relayed from a remote Canadian radio station: the aircraft had force-landed on an ice-bound island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence...and the race was on to reach the stranded fliers.
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