Category Archives: Hindenburg
ShareNature Starts Work On Hindenburg Ruins LAKEHURST, N. J., May 25 OW.—A survivor of the Hindenburg crew espied a mother robin building a nest in the blackened skeleton of the once majestic airship and saw in it a good omen. … Continue reading
Share The American Philatelic Society awarded Dieter Leder the George D. Kingdom Award for the Best Aerophilatelic Book in 2012: LZ-129 HINDENBURG, ZEPPELIN CRASH MAIL. FISA, the International Ferderation of Aero-Philatelic Societies awarded Dieter Leder the FISA-Silver Medal for LZ-129 … Continue reading
ShareDear Aerophilatelists! the ZEPPEX 2012 deadline has been moved to September 7, 2012 – this is tomorrow, Friday! If you plan to exhibit your zeppelin or airmail exhibit at the national US exhibition ZEPPEX/SESCAL, please act immediately and apply today. … Continue reading
Share51 collectors at the ZEPPELIN STUDY GROUP meeting at BALPEX! What a great meeting and show.
ShareOn this day, 75 years ago, zeppelin airship LZ-129 Hindenburg was scheduled to fly from Frankfurt to Berlin and back to Frankfurt. This Germany Flight was in connection with the May 1 (May Day) celebrations, a public holiday in Germany. … Continue reading
ShareOn April 27, 1937, LZ-129 Hindenburg made two flights: Flight number 61 departed Frankfurt at 8:25 a.m. to arrive back at Frankfurt at 3:24 p.m. A second shorter flight (flight number 62) departed Frankfurt at 4:20 p.m. to arrive back … Continue reading
ShareToday, 75 years ago: Zeppelin LZ-129 Hindenburg departed Frankfurt at 8.21 a.m. for a round trip over Germany. It was the first zeppelin flight in 1937 and the beginning of the 1937 flight season. During that flight, Colonel General Ernst … Continue reading