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Hindenburg Disaster Investigation

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The following document includes an investigation on the effects inflicted by the Hindenburg Disaster of 1937.

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Aviation Orders, decorations, and medals of Imperial Germany Aeronautics Zeppelins LZ 129 Hindenburg Paul von Hindenburg Hindenburg disaster LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II The Hindenburg Max Pruss Airship
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Aviation Orders, decorations, and medals of Imperial Germany Aeronautics Zeppelins LZ 129 Hindenburg Paul von Hindenburg Hindenburg disaster LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II The Hindenburg Max Pruss Airship
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The catastrophe claimed 36 lives and caused widespread embarrassment for the Nazis, who considered the ship as a propaganda vehicle and an incredible feat in engineering (businessinsider.com, 2016). The Hindenburg disaster sparked the beginning of the end of the era of airship trave, which was considered a popular and luxurious transportation method up until the 1930s. The Hindenburg was a rigid ship classic to the Zeppelin design, featuring a gas capacity of 7,062,100 cubic feet and powered by four 1,100-horsepower diesel engines (history1900s.about.com, 2016). Although built for helium – a far less flammable gas than hydrogen, the United States denie...
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