Rare 90-year-old report of a Zeppelin flight!


In the early part of the 20th Century airships were very much in vogue, with the German-built Zeppelins at the forefront. However, a number of accidents led to airships falling out of favour and consequently the Graf Zeppelin described here was retired in 1937.


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Round Britain in the “Graf Zeppelin”

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