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GERMAN PRESTIGE SHRINKING

1937


PHOTO BY: SAM SHERE

The tragedy that costed several human lives was at the same time an enormous loss for the German prestige. While after World War I, the aviation success and the Zeppelin type aircrafts had verified the supremacy of the Germans on air, there came the crash of the Hindenburg airship in New Jersey. The accident that occurred under unspecified circumstances came to wreck the so-called German domination in that sector.

                     

 

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