A partially burned postcard recovered from the wreckage of the Hindenburg disaster will be offered for sale at the Felzmann zeppelin mail auction on March 9, 2017,…Read More
The Hindenburg’s aluminum piano was the first piano ever carried on a passenger aircraft.
The German Commission report on the Hindenburg disaster, made available for the first time on the internet.
The scorched passport of passenger Moritz Feibusch, recovered from the wreckage of the Hindenburg.
The Pennsylvania company that made souvenir aluminum ashtrays for the “œMillionaires Flight” of the Hindenburg on October 9, 1936 was destroyed by fire yesterday.
Excerpt of the Lakehurst Naval Air Station log from May 6, 1937.
Memorial service for victims of the Hindenburg disaster, held on May 11, 1937 at Pier 86 in New York City. Pier 86 was the Hamburg-Amerika…
Best wishes to everyone for a Happy and Merry Christmas, and a Healthy and Peaceful New Year.
A bottle of Lowenbrau beer and a milk pitcher reportedly salvaged from the crash of LZ-129 Hindenburg will be auctioned (see Lots 206 and 207)…
Dr Karl is an Australian TV scientist who believes that “hydrogen was totally innocent” in the Hindenburg disaster and “would not have not contributed to the ensuing fire.” According to Dr. Karl, the lesson of the Hindenburg tragedy is that “the next time you build an airship, don’t paint the inflammable acetate skin with aluminium rocket fuel.” Unfortunately for Dr. Karl, almost all the historical and scientific facts in his are wrong…. [VISIT THE BLOG FOR THE FULL STORY]
The internet is filled with claims that the Hindenburg’s “flammable covering” was the main reason the ship was destroyed by fire in less than a…