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The Zeppelin Book


This is definitely the best and most comprehensive Zeppelin Book.
Profusely illustrated with hundreds of great and unique airship photos.
... about journeys, war flying, constructions and casualties!

Hardcover in Full Linen / Cloth

  • 264 pages in glossy paper
  • 512 very rare b&w photos
  • 18 maps of flying routes
  • 13 maps
  • 11 sketches

In very good exterior and good-very good interior condition.
Pages in the middle of the book block lightly wavy or dog eared at upper margin. Otherwise ok.

All pages are complete and tight in the binding.

Approx/Measurements: 10-1/4" x 9-1/2"  ~2.4 lbs.

Published by Folk House

Table of contents:

1900-1914 (page 10 - 44)
   - LZ 1, LZ 2, LZ 3, LZ 4 at Constance
   - "Le Jaune" of brothers Lebaudy
   - La Patrie, La Republique, La Ville de Paris 
   - Clement Bayard, Bartons near London,
   - Nulli Sekundus II in 1908, LZ 5, LZ 6, LZ 7, 
   - LZ 12, LZ 13, LZ 16

In the War Duty (page 45 - 76)
   - L 30, L 11, LZ 36, LZ 10, LZ 12, LZ 13
   - 73 airships were on duty during the war !!!
   - LZ 126 (ZR III) for USA, Lakehurst

LZ 127 / Graf Zeppelin (page 77-84)
   - The construction of LZ127
   - About Friedrichshafen
   - Journey to German (Munich, Hamburg, 
     Berlin, 1. Mai 1933, Nuremberg ...+++)
     (page 85 - 142)
   - Journey into the World (page 143 - 232)

Act of German Future (page 233 - 260)
   - LZ 129 / LZ129 Hindenburg
     - Construction
     - The First Journey




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