Hindenburg

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The History of Aviation


The Golden Years

1937 Hindenburg Blows Up

After traveling from Germany, the German dirigible "Hindenburg" exploded on landing in Lakehurst, New Jersey. Thirty six of its passengers were killed. The cause of the explosion remains unknown to this day. The Hidenburg disaster brought to an end the age of the dirigible.

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