Hindenburg

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Zeppelin over the Pyramids, 1931
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This picture was taken on January 25, 1937 in New Jersey and shows the German airship "Hindenburg". The Hindenburg was used to carry people, mail, and some freight between Germany and the United States or South America. On May 6, 1937 the Hindenburg burned and crashed in Manchester Township, New Jersey. Thirty five of the ninety seven people on board died in the tragedy.
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German Graf Zeppelin ~ The Hindenburg departed from Frankfurt on the evening of May 3, 1937 on the first of its ten round trips between Europe and the United States scheduled for its second year of commercial service.
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The Hindenburg--amazing photo
an old postcard with pink ink on the front and bottom, in german language
Hindenburg Passenger Autographed Card, 1936. German boxer Max Schmeling and movie actor Douglas Fairbanks, both passengers, signed this card for Captain Albert Sammt. In 1937, Sammt survived the Hindenburg disaster by jumping from the gondola and climbing through the burning wreckage crashing down around him.
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Hindenburg Postcard of Interior, 1936.
black and white photograph of people sitting at tables
The Hindenburg's Interior: Passenger Decks | Airships.net
Dining on the Hindenburg
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The armistice between the Allies and Germany was an agreement that ended the fighting in the First World War. It was signed in a railway carriage in Compiègne Forest on 11 November 1918 and marked a victory for the Allies and a complete defeat for Germany, although not technically a surrender.
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The armistice between the Allies and Germany was an agreement that ended the fighting in the First World War. It was signed in a railway carriage in Compiègne Forest on 11 November 1918 and marked a victory for the Allies and a complete defeat for Germany, although not technically a surrender.
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Germany (1935)
From 1935...the Hindenburg exploded in 1937.
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President Paul von Hindenburg laying in state - 1934
1937 copy photo of the Doehner children before boarding the Hindenburg in Germany on it's fateful flight 75 years ago. Shown (front to back) are Werner, 8, Walter, 10, and Irene, 14. Werner, Walter and their mother survived the crash but Irene died going back to try and rescue their father, who perished. Werner is currently one of the few people who rode on the Hindenburg who are still alive People, Vintage Photos, Historical Pictures, Olds
The Hindenburg 75 years later: Memories time cannot erase
1937 copy photo of the Doehner children before boarding the Hindenburg in Germany on it's fateful flight 75 years ago. Shown (front to back) are Werner, 8, Walter, 10, and Irene, 14. Werner, Walter and their mother survived the crash but Irene died going back to try and rescue their father, who perished. Werner is currently one of the few people who rode on the Hindenburg who are still alive
two men shaking hands in front of a large group of uniformed men wearing coats and hats
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President Paul von Hindenburg and Hitler - 1933
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Fire! The Hindenburg Disaster - Fire and Ice
Hindenburg final flight Cologne drop card from1937: Departing Germany for the last time, Hindenburg dropped mail bags at Cologne. The mail had been held from the cancelled May Day flight to Berlin, as indicated by the red-boxed marking.
an old postcard with stamps on it and the same stamp as in this photo
Mail Ships - Fire and Ice
Hindenburg first North America flight cover from 1936. This registered envelope, posted at the TIPEX stamp show in New York, was flown by Hindenburg to Germany.