Mysteres d'archives: 1937 crash du Hindenburg

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Mysteres d'archives: 1937 crash du Hindenburg DVD cover of the first volume.

Documentary (2007)
aka : Verschollene Filmschätze

Late in the afternoon of the 6th May 1937, the dirigible LZ129 Hindenburg is near to moor at Naval Air Station Lakehurst (KNEL) (near New York). It's the second year the most gigantic dirigible makes flights between Germany and the USA. Movie camera are already stopped when it starts exploding and burning. How this could occured ? And why such Atlantic overflights ?

Also from this series:


Mysteres d'archives: 1946, Essais Atomiques a Bikini
Mystères d'archives (TV Series)


Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg

Registration D-LZ129.
IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft, Lighter-Than-Air section.
Nüremberg, september 1936. Please, note the Olympics Rings applied three months before to celebrate the Berlin Olympic Games.

Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg of DZR-Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei.

During one of its 63 flights.

Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg of DZR-Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei.

Landing at Lakehurst.

Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg of DZR-Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei.

Inside the hangar at Lakehurst. Note the registration D-LZ129.

Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg of DZR-Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei.
Zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg of DZR-Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei.

Zeppelin LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin

Registration D-LZ127.
IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. D-LZ127 Zeppelin LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin of DELAG-Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft.
Reg. D-LZ127 Zeppelin LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin of DELAG-Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft.

Junkers F 13

Junkers F 13 (wearing URRAH on its right side) to salute the Hindenburg returning home (after its first commercial Atlantic flight or World Tour).

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg Ju-F13 14mn19.jpg

Junkers Ju 52

Nüremberg, september 1936 : at least, the aircrafts on the right.

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg Nuremberg36 Ju52 7mn43.jpg

Dornier Do 23

Nüremberg, september 1936.

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg Nuremberg36 Do23 7mn50.jpg

Heinkel He 111

Nüremberg, september 1936.

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg Nuremberg36 He111 7mn55.jpg

Unidentified Dirigible

Overflying the Bremen, in the distance, (probably) an american airship (return to Germany of the fatalities, mid may 1936).

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg Bremen 5mn34.jpg

Two unidentified airship, date unknown, probably the arrival of LZ 129 following its first ocean flight in 1936.

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg 0mn24.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Overflight of Lakehurst with the LZ129 already moored.

MystArch 1937-Hindenburg myst 11mn01.jpg
MystArch 1937-Hindenburg myst 11mn03.jpg


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