Hindenburg, the

Hindenburg, the

German airship blew up upon mooring in New Jersey (1937). [Am. Hist.: NCE, 43]
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Sam MacDonald uses parts from SMS Hindenburg, the last German ship scuttled in 1918 at Scapa Flow in the Orkneys, where he lives.
The 804-foot Hindenburg, the largest aircraft ever to fly, carried about 1,600 passengers between Germany and the United States in 10 flights in 1936.