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Take a Peek Inside the Infamous Hindenburg Airship

Take a Peek Inside the Infamous Hindenburg Airship From Her Glamorous Heyday

the Hindenburg interior, 1930s

Port Promenade of Zeppelin Hindenburg, showing Dining Room

In 1936, the Zeppelin Company, with the financial aid of Nazi Germany, built the Hindenburg (the LZ 129), the largest airship ever made. ...

In the Zeppelin Company, with the financial aid of Nazi Germany, built the Hindenburg (the LZ the largest airship ever made.

Amundsen's polar airship, Norge

Italian Airship Norge at Spitsbergen, Norway, 1926

The German-built zeppelin Hindenburg is shown from behind, with the Swastika symbol on its tail wing, as the dirigible is partially enclosed by its hangar at the U.S. Navy Air Station in Lakehurst, New Jersey, May 9, 1936. (AP Photo)

The German-built zeppelin Hindenburg is shown from behind, with the Swastika symbol on its tail wing, as the dirigible is partially enclosed by its hangar at the U. Navy Air Station in Lakehurst, New Jersey, May (AP Photo)

The USS Akron under construction, with the frame completed..

Goodyear-Zeppelin Company of Akron, Ohio ~ have to say that seeing Goodyear Blimps in the sky have become normal!

Zeppelin Hindenburg Cabin passenger

Before it became a byword for disaster, the hydrogen-lifted airship heralded an era of fine dining in the skies — with an all-electric kitchen, a cocktail lounge, wine cellar and multi-course meals.

The USS Los Angeles airship ended up nearly vertical after its tail rose out of control while moored at the Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1927.

WWI Zeppelins: Not Too Deadly, But Scary as Hell

Airship USS Los Angeles in a near-vertical position, after her tail rose out-of-control while she was moored at the high mast at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Photograph of the dining room on the Hindenburg

interior of the Zeppelin the most modern airship at the time decorated with old fashioned wallpaper.

Hindenburg's Gas Board, where hydrogen was monitored and valved.

Hindenburg interior Gas Board, where hydrogen was monitored and valved.

https://flic.kr/p/bn22Vj | Zeppelin | Call No.: 12_00084 Corp. Name: Zeppelin Subject: Zeppelin Notes: ""LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin"" Description: 8 x 10 Color Illustration

Illustration of the Graf Zeppelin II, a German airship that made just 30 flights over 11 months in before being scrapped in (San Diego Air & Space Museum)

Hindenburg. Interior corridor of the passenger cabin. March 17, 1936.

Futuristic Interiors of German WWII Airship Hindenburg

Futuristic Interiors of German WWII Airship Hindenburg. For more great photos, visit the Sputnik International website

History in pictures of the zeppelin Hindenburg.  This is a view from an engine gondola/pod on the side of the airship, looking aft.

Body of Zeppelin Airship "Hindenburg" Viewed from the Motor Gondola

History in pictures of the zeppelin Hindenburg. This is a view from an engine gondola/pod on the side of the airship, looking aft.

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