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Zeppelin

Count Ferdinand von . 1838--1917, German aeronautical pioneer, who designed and manufactured airships (zeppelins)
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Under the agreement, Zeppelin Russland would act as dealer for Ponsse products in Russia.
The first zeppelin was designed by Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin and made its maiden flight on 2 July, 1900, when the airship rose into the sky and stayed aloft for about 18 minutes, moving at about 32-kilometres per hour.
Hats Off to Led Zeppelin are in their 10th year on the road and with concerts from London to Singapore and beyond.
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Nevertheless, Led Zeppelin's shattering debut album would be released in January 1969, and they were on their way.
After one of our shows, at least a few Led Zeppelin box sets must sell the next day."--Jessica Hundley
It would fly twice more, but various issues saw possible investors back out of funding the thing, and Zeppelin had to sell it as scrap and liquidate his company.
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Chapter eight is a cumulative narrative of the operations of each Zeppelin, before and after the raid, with attention to the fate of the crew and background on the commanders and executive officers.
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