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Hello Dan! Are you ever going to include the ZMC-2 Aluminum clad airship that was developed by the Detroit Aircraft Corporation in 1929 and built at the Grosse Ile Michigan airport facility? I served with the US Navy until it was scrapped in 1943.
If only I had time for every interesting airship! 🙂
Hi Dan, I’m preparing a short essay as part of a course at the University of Guelph, Ontario. I’d like to refer to this site, with a citation and link to you.
Hi Dan, Greetings. I hope you are well. I am the author of The Airshipmen – a novel surrounding the British Airship Program from 1920 through 1930. I wondered if you would give me permission to use your photo of the R101 Airworthiness Certificate in the Trilogy version I am… Read more »
Hello Dan, I saw two “bordbuch” of the LZ 127 (Tokyo-Los Angeles 1929 and Pernambuco-Friedrichshafen 1931) They both show the same writing .I would like to know the function (the name?) of the crew member who assumed this job.Perhaps Hugo Eckener himself ?Thanks a lot and congratulations for your recent… Read more »
I have an original photo of the zeppelin from 1930 in Breslau
Hello Dan, I am currently preparing classes for the Bucknell Institute for Lifelong Learning on the topic of Dramatic Technological Failures. One of the classes will be on the Hindenburg Disaster. I would greatly appreciate the permission to use several of the period photos along with a few of the… Read more »
I am always happy to allow material from this site to be used in non-commercial academic projects. Best of luck with the presentation!
I am in the course of preparing an illustrated talk for my local (Newent, Gloucestershire) PROBUS Club, and wondered if you might have any pictures which are large enough and of good enough quality to be able to be projected using a digital projector and which you would be prepared… Read more »
Please feel free to download and use any photos for that non-commercial purpose; I just ask that you mention Airships.net somewhere in your presentation. (Please do not upload the presentation to the internet unless each photo is individually credited.)