The Hindenburg; 24 Hours from Disaster

At 7:25 PM EST on May 5, 1937, LZ-129 Hindenburg was approaching the coast of Nova Scotia on her 63rd flight, carrying 36 passengers and 61 crew members from Germany to the United States.

Twenty-four hours later the ship was destroyed by fire at Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Approximate location of Hindenburg at 7:25 PM on May 5, 1937

Hourly position reports of Hindenburg for May 5-6, 1937

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André Royer

I have seen the Hindenburg in fligth over Québec City Canada on its way to Lakehurst New Jersey on may 6, 1937. Is there any information on that part of the voyage which could have been called ” NAZI GERMANY’S ESPIONAGE IN A BRITISH DOMINION ?

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