Hindenburg, "Titanic of the Sky"
Was the Hindenburg disaster a result of sabotage? Did lightning hit the zeppelin? Or was one of the most devastating accidents in history nothing but a cunningly planned insurance fraud?
Over 60 years ago, airships were the queens of the skies. In the early 1900s, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, a brilliant German count, took keen interest in balloon flights and was devoted to the design and construction of airships. At first, he had many difficulties and setbacks but soon his airships were able to accommodate passengers as well. This vehicle that was lighter than air, will later be known a…
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