Picture of the Bow of LZ 130 Garf Zeppelin II

Picture of the Bow of LZ 130 Garf Zeppelin II

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The bow of LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II in the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen

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Willy Logan; Permission: CC-BY-2.5

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LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II

LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II marks an end of one era - era of the great ships in the sky. After the Hindenburg crash and lack of helium it was prevented to carry passengers and given a very short life.

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