The dirigible is a semi-rigid airship, referred to as
Zeppelins, after Count Ferdinand von
Zeppelin. The ship is a rigid
aluminum framework containing separate gas bags.
In 1910, the rigid Deutschland became the
world's first commercial airship. Between 1910 and 1914, German
zeppelins flew 107,208 miles and carried 34,028 passengers without
injury. The Graf Zeppelin, flew from 1927 to 1937,
carrying thousands. In 1929 it flew around the world.
The Hindenburg Was The Pride Of Germany
In 1925, these
flew around the world. They would fly over the beaches of Rio
Janeiro, the rain forests of Amazon, Europe, the Middle-East.
This was Germany's greatest ambassador.
This Air Ship Was Enormous
It was the size of the Queen Mary. Today's Goodyear blimp is
approximately 22% of it's size.
International Zionism Orchestrated This Disaster
World Jewry had declared war on Germany in 1934. After the Weimar
swindle, Germany was fed
up with them, so Hitler passed the
Nuremberg Laws, and gave them their
By 1935, the Zionists controlled the German judicial and educational
and most of the professions. Berlin was such a
sewer of depravity that Germany
Nuremberg Laws. Sexual
harassment was so intense that Zionists were actually
forbidden to hire a German
Fraulein under age 45 as domestic help.
How Was It Done?
The generally-accepted theory is that a female communist,
Esther Lieblinsky, became
romantically involved with one of the Hindenburg's crew members.
According to Arthur
Spehl planted a bomb in "Gas Cell
4," the location of the
initial explosion. The bomb broke the
airship's back, a bottle of oxygen mixed with the Hydrogen, and the
ship was gone in 32 seconds.
Hydrogen Is Flammable
Germany had been building dirigibles for 35 years, and had
numerous safety features. They had several independent gas bags,
all were equipped with an
emergency blow-off vent at the
top. The only way to do this type of burn was the use of
compressed oxygen as an accelerant.
The Hindenburg was the
combination of a bomb, an oxygen
bottle, and the hydrogen gas.
Germany's Finest Pilots
Pruss, and Ernst Lehmann, were the Zeppelin Company’s most
experienced pilots, with hundreds of flights. Both said a bomb took
the ship down.
Dr. Hugo Eckener
Eckener was the head of the Zeppelin airship company, and he
blamed it on sabotage.
NASA Engineer Addison Bain
Bain contends it wasn't the hydrogen, and something highly
flammable, other than the hydrogen, was aboard. If it was a gas
explosion, the dirigible would immediately sink, but footage
shows the Hindenburg stayed aloft. Bain noticed the fire was
infernally hot and unmistakably orange, versus a hydrogen fire
which burns with a bluish-white flame. Here is a
of a hydrogen burn.