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LZ16 (Z-IV)under the command of Oberleutnant Jacobi, which had strayed of course, due to bad weather, into French territory, coming down to land voluntarily at Luneville. Date: 14/03/1913

(Z-IV)under the command of Oberleutnant Jacobi, which had strayed of course, due to bad weather, into French territory, coming down to land voluntarily at Luneville.

French airship in Paris

feuille-d-automne: “LA REPUBLIQUE a semi-rigid surveillance airship built for the French flying near the Eifel Tower. Paris ca.

<p>The French airship Alsace shot down on October 3, 1915, near Rethel. The crew survived unharmed and were taken prisoner. Airships were not just used for aerial reconnaissance, but also for the bombardment of civilian and military targets.</p>

10 Rare Color Photographs From World War I

French airship Alsace shot down on 3 October near Rethel. The crew survived unharmed and were taken prisoner. Airships were not just used for aerial reconnaissance, but also for the bombardment of civilian and military targets.

Crash of Deutschland II, under the command of Hugo Eckener

Crash of Deutschland II, under the command of Hugo Eckener

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America’s zeppelin, The Los Angeles - October 1924 crosses the boundary between news photo and art.

The R101 airship on its first test flight over Hyde Park, Westminster, 1929

The airship on its first test flight over Hyde Park, Westminster, 1929

Should this be governed by the Department of Helium or the Department of Airborne Mooring?

Should this be governed by the Department of Helium or the Department of Airborne Mooring?

planeshots:    ZR-3 USS Los Angeles. “U.S. [Navy] Airship Los Angeles [ZR-3] moored to ship first time. The U.S.S. Patoka, first U.S. Navy dirigible tender, steaming up Chesapeake Bay from Baltimore with the U.S. Los Angeles, lastest addition to the U.S. air fleet, moored to its mast. It was the first ship-mooring test of the former ZR-3 and lasted 55 minutes, being curtailed because of storm warning, January 16, 1925’…Credit: unknown (Smithsonian Institution)

[Navy] Airship Los Angeles moored to ship first time. Patoka, first U. Navy dirigible tender, steaming up Chesapeake Bay from Baltimore.

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