The Hindenburg By: celeste

The Hindenburg is a air flying machine, but on May 6, 1937 the Hindenburg crashed and that was the end for the zeppelins. Only 67 out of 97 survived including Werner Bush the only boy who survived.

This is a statue of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin

Luftschiffbau Zeppelin invented the Hindenburg because of a dream to make a blimp fly.

The Hindenburg was created in a field in New Jersey. This changed flight by not using hydrogen gas.

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Celeste Flores
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Created with images by skeeze - "hindenburg disaster zeppelin" • Hans - "statue bronze figure"

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