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German airship lands in Moscow, 1930

German Airship Lands In Moscow In After World War I, Germany was deprived of its right to construct airships. The ban was in force until So, in fall 1928 their new airship made its first flight.

Tout simplement pour y garer des dirigeables : Malheureusement après plusieurs tentatives d’accrochage infructueuses à cause du vent l’idée à été abandonnée et l’espace dédié à accueillir les passagers a été transformé en plateforme d’observation pour les touristes.

Pourquoi il y a une antenne en haut de l'Empire State Building ?

The Empire State Building was not supposed to be just the tallest skyscraper in the world; its planners also wanted it to have a dirigible docking station at the very top.

Zeppelin on the Bodensee

When Airships Ruled the Skies: The Zeppelin Airship, approaching its hangar in 1908 on the Bodensee in Germany

USS Los Angeles, ZR-3, lands onboard the USS Saratoga, CV-3, 28 January 1928. ZR-3, USS Los Angeles, was a zeppelin built in Germany for the United States Navy as part of a reparations payment. She was our longest-serving airship from 1924-1939. Her landing onboard the USS Saratoga on 28 January 1928 was a one-time event and as far as I know the only airship landing on a carrier. There possibly were others during the World War II years, but I haven’t found any documented yet.

USS Los Angeles lands onboard the USS Saratoga, 28 January 1928

SS Princess May, naufragio en la Isla Sentinel, 1910. Biblioteca del Congreso

William Howard Case: S. Princess May shipwrecked off Sentinel Island, Alaska, 1910 William Howard Case: S. Princess May .

Vicksburg, MS

The Mississippi River circa "Steamboat landing at Vicksburg. Sternwheeler Belle of Calhoun and sidewheeler Belle of the Bends." Our second look at these river packets.

Airship LZ-127 "Graf Zeppelin" flying over Berlin in the late 1920s/early 1930s. Visible in this photo are the Berliner Dom with its original "lanterns", the "Museum Insel" with the Pergamon and Kaiser Friedrich museums (Alte Nationalgalerie, Neues Museum, Bode Museum).

Airship "Graf Zeppelin" flying over Berlin in the late Visible in this photo are the Berliner Dom with its original "lanterns", the "Museum Insel" with the Pergamon and Kaiser Friedrich museums (Alte Nationalgalerie, Neues Museum, Bode Museum).

Diagrams of British and German airships drawn to scale. First World War.

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com Diagrams of British and German airships drawn to scale. First World War.

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