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LZ 129 Hindenburg was one of the largest airships in the history and a marvel of technology at the time. It was able to pass the Atlantic faster than fastest transatlantic ships and it did 34 times. It also marked the end of the Era of the Zeppelins.
The Zeppelin LZ 5 was a German experimental and military rigid airship. It was first flown on 26 May 1909. LZ5’s last flight was accident, when the mooring mast broke during a storm and wrecked near Weilburg on 25 March 1910. Read more about LZ 5.
The Zeppelin LZ 9 was a German military rigid airship. It was first flown on 2 October 1911. LZ 9 was decommissioned on 1 August 1914. Read more about LZ 9.
LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin was made in 1928 as a mean of restarting of German Zeppelin traffic after the World War One. It was the first aircraft in history to fly over a million miles; it flew around the world and to the Arctic and back.