Hindenburg Blows Up
 

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Hindenburg Blows Up
(5/6/37) After traveling from Germany, the German dirigible "Hindenburg" exploded upon landing in Lakehurst, New Jersey. Thirty-six of its passengers were killed. The cause of this explosion remains unknown to this day. The Hindenburg disaster put an end to the "Age of the Dirigible."