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Article about: Heres some pictures that you all may enjoy along with a little history of the "Hindenburg" = Horst 75 Years Since the Hindenburg Disaster - In Focus - The Atlantic

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    Heres some pictures that you all may enjoy along with a little history of the "Hindenburg" =

    Horst

    75 Years Since the Hindenburg Disaster - In Focus - The Atlantic
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Great article, lots of photos there i've never seen. Thanks for posting!...
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    Thanks for the link it was very interesting.

    Eric
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    This is one thing and only thing related about WW2 German in NJ. I remember watching something about this on the History Channel about the making of it and flight and how it was destoryed. It was really cool!

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    Horst: Thanks for posting that link. Those are terrific photos! Dwight

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    I grew up in NJ. I had a girlfriend who's Grandfather worked at Lakehurst and was there when the Hindenberg crashed. He helped clean up the site and had a box of Hindenberg items. He had a spoon and a plate, misc bolts and some of the skin from the tail section. He pressed it between pieces of glass.

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