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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

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)

Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: Eastern New Jersey>remarkable 8/9/36 photo of the Hindenburg only one time inside a Lakehurst hangar 1, dwarfing the Navy ZMC-2 blimp also inside.

Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: Eastern New Jersey>remarkable photo of the Hindenburg only one time inside a Lakehurst hangar dwarfing the Navy blimp also inside.

Hindenburg

The Hindenburg seconds before she blew up in Lakehurst N. by Leslie Jones, Boston Public Library

Boarding the Graf Zeppelin, Frankfurt am Main 1936

Hindenburg before takeoff. The Most Astounding Airships, Dirigibles and Zeppelins in History

GOODYEAR HANGER

U S S Akron navy at Goodyear Zeppelin Dock Akron Summit County Ohio OH 1931

Hindenburg - A ground crew helps with a landing a year before the disaster. May 9, 1936

Ground crew swings into action to help land the Hindenburg dirigible May a year before a disaster.

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