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August 29th, 1929

Dear Diary,

The Graf Zeppelin finished it’s “around the world” flight today. The airship landed at Lakehurst this morning; we listened to the radio and heard the crowds cheering. 111 more words

August 4th, 1929

Dear Diary,

Today our entire family piled in to the ford and we drop out to Lakehurst to see the Graf Zeppelin.  It is a huge hydrogen airship that flew across the ocean from Germany and is going to fly around the world and land back in Lakehurst.  80 more words


June 6th, 1944. D-Day. My father (who was, thankfully, stationed in England throughout WW II) told of passing an American barracks on D-Day and having American soldiers hail him so he could listen to an account of it on their radio. 150 more words


Through the American Colony Lens: GRAF ZEPPELIN OVER JERUSALEM

The view here is looking eastward across the Old City, the vantage point a rooftop, or perhaps the city wall, in the Christian Quarter. The large gray dome (bottom) is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; beyond that the distinctive Dome of the Rock sits atop the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount; and on the skyline is the Mount of Olives, punctuated by the tall Russian Ascension bell-tower. 986 more words


Steampunk Graf Zeppelin

This isn’t steampunk but it is a model kit from 1928 when items were made of metal, wood and leather. This kit, by Metalcraft, is about the size of a loaf of bread, all metal and the box it came in is the size of four cigarette packs laid in a square. 118 more words

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W2016 Kancolle Event: Prologue

This is only for those that play.

February 10th, which is basically hours away, is the start of the winter event. We’ve received information that it’s way easier, with only 3 maps. 188 more words


Google Chrome Theme: Graf Zeppelin 2

Yes, I just had to make this one since she deserves the spotlight. Another Graf Zeppelin Google Chrome theme ready for you to beautify your Google Chrome browser. 79 more words