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War in the Air as Imagined in 1909: a Dirigible, Biplane, Anti-Aircraft Fire, Bombs Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

War in the Air as Imagined in 1909: a Dirigible, Biplane, Anti-Aircraft Fire, Bombs

War in the Air as Imagined in 1909: a Dirigible, Biplane, Anti-Aircraft Fire, Bombs Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

USS Macon (ZRS-5) preparing to land. The US Navy's last flying aircraft carrier.

USS Macon preparing to land. The US Navy's last flying aircraft carrier.

An observer in the tail tip of the English airship R33 on March 6, 1919 in Selby, England. (Bibliotheque nationale de France). World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare

See that tiny dot near the tail tip? It's a human observer on the English airship March 1919 in Selby, England.

The L2, a German naval zeppelin during World War I.

The a German naval zeppelin during World War I.

Ferdinand Adolf Heinrich August Graf von Zeppelin[1] (also known as Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin, Graf Zeppelin and in English, Count Zeppelin) (8 July 1838 – 8 March 1917) was a German general and later aircraft manufacturer, the founder of the Zeppelin Airship company. He was born in Konstanz, Grand Duchy of Baden (now part of Baden-Württemberg, Germany).

Ferdinand Adolf August Heinrich Graf von Zeppelin (Constanza, 8 de julio de 1838 – Berlín, 8 de marzo de más conocido como Ferdinand von Zeppelin, fue un noble e inventor alemán fundador de la compañía de dirigibles Zeppelin.

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Lighter Than Air - Air Ship traverses the ocean high above passenger and cruise ships below

Гиннесс готовил плакаты фашистской символикой

These images were produced by John Gilroy 1936 for the advertising agency SH Benson in connection with a Guinness campaign in Germany that never went ahead.

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