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STATS for the Hindenburg -Size comparison between LZ-129 Hindenburg and Boeing 747

Airships: The Hindenburg and other Zeppelins The Graf Zeppelin, Hindenburg, U. Navy Airships, and other Dirigibles

'End of the airships era' by Adolfo Arranz

End of the airship era, infographic by Adolfo Arranz for South China Morning Post

Germany's Two Mighty Airships, the 'Graf Zeppelin' and the 'Hindenburg'

Germany's Two Mighty Airships, the 'Graf Zeppelin' and the 'Hindenburg'

Germany's Two Mighty Airships, the 'Graf Zeppelin' and the 'Hindenburg' Giclee Print

The 255m Unity class airship and escort on its maiden flight. Just stunning work: Maiden Flight by donaguirre

The Unity class airship and escort on its maiden flight. Just stunning work: Maiden Flight by donaguirre

USS Shenandoah (Airships: The Hindenburg and other Zeppelins), crashed September over Noble County, OH

Hindenburg Engine car.

In The Hindenburg Crashed In One Of The Worst Events In Aviation History

The vast and intricate framework of the Hindenburg in Friedrichshafen, Germany, October 1934. The Most Astounding Airships, Dirigibles and Zeppelins in History

The Most Astounding Airships, Dirigibles and Zeppelins in History

October, The vast and intricate framework of zeppelin model LZ under construction at Friedrichshafen, Germany. With a gas capacity of cubic feet, and christened “Hindenburg,” she became the largest airship ever built.

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The Hindenburg, on a flight to America - One of the passengers took his Opel car with him by kitchener.lord, via Flickr

The Hindenburg, on a flight to America - One of the passengers transported his Opel car.

The LZ38 was an Imperial Germany Navy Zeppelin bomber airship used in World War I. It performed the first air attack on the British Isles in history.

was an Imperial Germany Navy Zeppelin bomber airship used in World War I. It performed the first air attack on the British Isles in history.

Watching the landscape drift by at 70 miles an hour, a few hunded feet up. There was no vibration or jerkiness on a zepplin; no passenger was ever recored as having airsickness.

The promenade provided passengers with a spectacular view of the earth below. The adjacent dining area could accommodate all fifty passengers in one sitting.