The Hindenburg explodes into flames at Lakehurst, N.J.,
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Members of the Board of Inquiry for the Department of Commerce look over ruins of the Hindenburg at Lakehurst as probe into the dirigible's expl;osion opened.
Dazed and bloodied by the shattering explosion that wrecked the Hindenburg, this man and woman passeger are treated at the scene.
Charred skeleton of the Hindenburg dirigible remains on the airstrip in Lakehurst, N.J., on the day after it exploded and burned.
Daily News front page May 7, 1937 Headline: HINDENBURG
Full-length image of a group of U.S. sailors and several military officers standing in front of the charred frame of the German-made dirigible 'Hindenburg,' the day after it crashed at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, New Jersey....More
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The HINDENBURG Zeppelin going up in flames by the back and the top on May 6, 1937, upon its 63rd crossing from its departure at the air base of Lakehurst, New Jersey.
The German airship 'Hindenburg' (LZ-129) in flames after the disaster on its arrival at Lakehurst, New Jersey.
The skeleton of the zeppelin Hindenburg in flames, Lakehurst, New Jersey. A hydrogen-filled, the dirigible caught fire while attempting to land, exploding and crashing, killing many of its passengers and crew.
The German-designed and built passenger airship the Hindenburg (LZ-129) catches fire as it attempts to land in Lakehurst, New Jersey, following it's first cross-ocean flight of the year, May 6, 1937. The lighter-than-air craft had made...More