Category Archives: ZEPPELIN POST JOURNAL

Merry Christmas – Fröhliche Weihnachten – Happy New Year

Share     For more information on zeppelin mail and airship memorabilia: The web portal for zeppelin mail and airship memorabilia: http://www.eZEP.de/ The board for zeppelin mail and airship memorabilia: http://www.eZEPtalk.de/ Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/zeppelinpost/116072294222 Visit us on Google+: … Continue reading

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Nature Starts Work On Zeppelin Hindenburg Ruins, good omen for new life of LTA airship

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

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Zeppelin Study Group at BALPEX

Share51 collectors at the ZEPPELIN STUDY GROUP meeting at BALPEX! What a great meeting and show.

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Zeppelin LZ-129 Hindenburg May 1, 1937 May Day Germany Flight, Cologne Drop

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

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eZEP-newsletter August 2011: Zeppelin, blimp, airship, Luftschiff and Zeppelinpost

ShareFrom Asterix to Zeppelin, from Mary to Dorothy, from Greece to Iceland, from Orly to Le Bourget, from Josef to Magda and from Columbia back to Austria: The Summer2011 issue of the ZEPPELIN POST JOURNAL is currently at the printers … Continue reading

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80 years ago: LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin Polar Flight in 1931, icebreaker Malyguin

ShareDo you know what happened today in history 80 years ago? On 24 July 1931, airship LZ-127 GRAF ZEPPELIN departed Friedrichshafen at 9.55 a.m. to fly to Berlin. It was the first leg of the famous Polar Flight. The next … Continue reading

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75 years airport Flughafen Frankfurt Rhein Main

Share75 years ago, on 8 July 1936, Frankfurt Rhein Main airport was officially opened. A Junkers Ju 52 Auntie Ju / Tante Ju aiplane was the first aircraft to land at Frankfurt Rhein Main airport. Later on that day, airship … Continue reading

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Goodyear is buying three Zeppelin NT airships

ShareZLT Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik from Friedrichshafen is selling three zeppelin NT airships to Goodyear. Further details in the press release: ZLT Zeppelin Luftschifftechnik aus Friedrichshafen verkauft drei Zeppelin NT Luftschiffe an Goodyear. Weitere Informationen in der Pressemitteilung: http://www.zeppelinflug.de/dateien/pressemitteilungen/D/goodyearkauft3zeppelinnt.pdf

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100 years Bordstempel – eZEP-newsletter April 2011

ShareDear Aerophilatelist, do you know what happened today in history 75 and 100 years ago? Well, 75 years ago, on 10 April 1936, LZ-129 HINDENBURG arrived back at Friedrichshafen, the airship was returning from the first South America Flight 1936, … Continue reading

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First official airmail 1911, Allahabad – Naini, India

ShareOn the day 100 years ago, on 18 February 1911, a mail bag with approximately 6.000 covers was flown by French pilot Henri Pequet from Allahabad to Naini, India. This small hop of only five miles made history: It was … Continue reading

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