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1937 Newspaper Airship Hindenburg Explodes Hdln & Photo For Sale
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SEE full size newspaper reprint (23" x 17") of the Los Angeles Examiner EXTRA (CA) dated May 7, 1937. This has a huge headline and photo with very early news coverage of the explosion of the German dirigible / airship Hindenburg at Lakehurst, NJ (May 7, 1937). This is a reprint of theBEST headline newspaper of the crash of the airship HINDENBURG that I have seen.
The Hindenburg was a German zeppelinand was the largest aircraft ever built at the time. On May 6, 1937, while under tow to dock at the Lakehurst Naval Air Station in Manchester, New Jersey, the Hindenburg caught fire. The rapidly spreading fire destroyed the airship and killed 36 passengers, crew and ground crewmen. The incident is widely remembered as one of the most dramatic accidents of modern time. The cause of the accident has never been determined although many theories, some highly controversial, have been proposed.
This is the most displayable newspaper that I have seen with this disaster. This newspaper reprint has more coverage of this event, as well as many photos,on the inside pages. This is great for educational purposes (read the exciting coverage of the explosion of the Hindenberg and see how it unfolded in news photos) and makesa perfect newspaper to frame at an affordable price!!Attention teachers- This will liven up any classroom !! This is a reprint of theBEST headline newspaper of the crash of the airship HINDENBURG that I have seen.
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