Zeppelin airship, LZ 129 Hindenburg

Zeppelin airship, LZ 129 Hindenburg

A Zeppelin is a type of rigid-framed airship.

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Hindenburg, Zeppelin, airship, Lakehurst, hydrogen lifting gas, German, disaster, cabin, engine nacelle, cockpit, gas bag, fuel tank, technology, history

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