Yoshiyuki Kosaki

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To Europe by Zeppelin (The Graf Zeppelin, sister ship of the Hindenburg), 1936. Ottomar Anton 1895 - 1976

To Europe by Zeppelin (The Graf Zeppelin, sister ship of the Hindenburg), Ottomar Anton 1895 - 1976 A signature image of the Art Deco period, this poster uses strong colour gradients and produces believable and three dimensional shapes.

Up Ship! The Hindenburg prepares to cast off from Lakehurst N.A.S. on return trip to Germany, May 11, 1936.

Spectators and ground crew surround the gondola of the Hindenburg as the lighter-than-air ship prepares to depart the U. Naval Station at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May on a return trip to Germany.

Crew man painting kill mark on the 12.8cm barrel of a Sturer Emil tank destroyer

Crew man painting kill mark on the 12.8cm barrel of a Sturer Emil tank destroyer

ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE RNAS 1914-1918 (Q 27488).   Three members of crew at work on the starboard engine gantry of a Royal Navy Air Service North Sea (N.S.) type non-rigid airship during an anti-submarine patrol off the British coast circa 1918. None appear to be wearing a safety line. On the upper level the mechanic is standing next to his compartment from which he controlled the 240HP Fiat engines. On the lower level a gunner mans his gun.

“ North Sea Class airship over North Sea The British NS (North Sea) class blimps were the largest and last in a succession of non-rigid airship designs that served with the Royal Naval.

ツェッペリンシュターケンRVI

Zeppelin - Staaken RVI 'Giant': only 18 of these huge bombers were built, and there were significant variations (not all for instance had the fifth fuselage mounted engine seen here): four were lost in combat and six in crashes.

La Pintura y la Guerra

1917 watercolour by Felix Schwormstädt – translated title: "In the rear engine gondola of a Zeppelin airship during the flight through enemy airspace after a successful attack on England"