Title Hindenburg. An Illustrated History. Paintings by Ken Marschall.
Publisher Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1994 1st edition.
Seller ID 71780
Size 12.0 x 11.25 inches. In black cloth covers with silver to spine and front. With illustrated dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. In near fine condition with very good dustwrapper (dw; Not price clipped). A very clean and tight copy. 229pp. With b/w photographs, diagrams and maps. Colour illustrations, some double page. Chronicles the complete story of the great dirigibles from the pioneering efforts of Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin to the brief career of the Hindenburg`s little known sister ship, the Graf Zepplin II. The Hindenburg was truly a flying luxury liner, and her spectacular destruction on May 6, 1937, marked the end of the great era of airship travel. Here, the complete story of Germany's mammoth airship and the other silver giants that once crossed the skies is told with many contemporary photographs.
AVIATION RICK ARCHBOLD, Hindenburg, Illustrated History, Paintings, Ken Marschall, complete story, great dirigibles, Zeppelin, spectacular destruction, contemporary photographs, Military Transport Aviation first edition dustwrapper