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Anne Morrow Lindbergh on:
Moving to England

Anne Morrow Lindbergh Q: You, you went away in '35.

AML: Yes.

Q: It must have been a terribly difficult thing to do.

AML: Well, it was very difficult, but I was very much concerned with my boy and who was about three. And, my husband felt very strongly that we should live in a country where these things don't happen. And so we moved to England. And England was a very happy period. And we lived in a charming old house and I can remember walking my little boy to school. It was very nice. It was very normal. Nobody bothered us. We weren't anybody to them, really. It was a very happy, normal life. Wonderful, really.

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