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Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart, trending at Yahoo 07/02/17

Amelia Earhart ( Yahoo trending1 pink_bunny07/02/17) disappeared 80 years ago (07/02/1937). New History Channel documentary contends she crash landed in the Marshall Islands, based on a National Archives photo from a top secret Navy file. (See History.com footnote). However, Daily Beast contends the documentary is wrong. (See Daily Beast footnote.)

Background

Amelia Mary Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She vanished 7/2/1937 over the Pacific Ocean. The circumstances and location of her disappearance has long been a mystery and the subject of much speculation. ( Wikipedia2 pink_bunnyretrieved 07/02/17.)


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  • Yahoo trending:Amelia Earhart
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  • History.com retrieved 07/06/17.
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  • Daily Beast dated 07/09/17. " ... in 1982 a Japanese author and journalist, Fukiko Aoki, published a book in Japanese, Looking for Amelia. She found a surviving crewmember of the Koshu Maru, a telegraphist named Lieutenant Sachinao Kouzu. He told her that, like other Japanese ships in the western Pacific, they were told that Earhart had disappeared while over the ocean and were alerted to look out for any sign of the airplane and, if they did, seek to rescue Earhart and Noonan.

    "After a few days, said Kouzo, the alert was dropped. At no time did anyone on Koshu Maru set eyes on the Americans, alive or dead."
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