Helgoländerin in Tracht #Helgoland

Postcard Helgoland, Helgoländerin in Tracht lesend, Spinnrad buy now for only - postally unused, excellent condition

Germany; Helgoland lighthouse. by manxious, via Flickr

Germany; Helgoland lighthouse. by manxious, via Flickr

Heligoland, Germany. Helgoland (or Heligoland) was once part of the British Empire (1814-1890).

Helgoland (or Heligoland) was once part of the British Empire

The Helgoland Island air disaster occurred on 9 September 1913 after the airship Zeppelin LZ 14 had been transferred to the Imperial German Navy on 7 October 1912. As the first airship owned by the Navy, it was given the serial number L-1. With 20 people on board, L-1 flew into a strong storm, crashing 32 km; 17 nmi (20 mi) north of Heligoland into the North Sea, breaking in two. The control car sank, drowning 14 of its occupants.

Airship Accidents: Imperial German Navy Zeppelin LZ 14 Crashed during storm in North Sea.

1940 Germany, Rocky Cliffs of Heligoland Scott B176 Mint F/VF NH

1940 Germany, Rocky Cliffs of Heligoland Scott B176 Mint F/VF NH

1945- Two photos of the naval base at Heligoland show the before and after bombing and strafing by the R.A.F.

Two photos of the naval base at Heligoland show the before and after bombing and strafing by the R.

This is the island Helgoland, where we would like to have our civil ceremony , next year.

This is the island Helgoland, where we would like to have our civil ceremony , next year.

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