THE HINDENBURG DISASTER AFTERMATH A blackened skeleton is all that remains of the Hindenburg after its fiery crash at New Jersey's Lakehurst Naval Air Station. Injured passengers are loaded into ambulances while surviving crew pose together before the Navy and U.S. State Department of Commerce launch an inquiry into the disaster.
DR. HUGO J. ECKENER AT HINDENBURG INQUIRY Former Hindenburg zeppelin commander Dr. Hugo Eckener joins the board of inquiry investigating the fatal crash of the great airship that essentially ended travel by dirigibles.
THE HINDENBURG BEFORE, DURING & AFTER CRASH The Hindenburg soars through the skies above America's cities before coming to a fiery finish on May 6, 1937 as it attempts to land at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, N.J. Flames rapidly engulf the airship until little more than a blackened skeleton is all that is left.
Date: May 6, 1937 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:39:00, No Audio
FUNERAL RITES FOR GERMANS HELD Thousands gather at New York's North German Lloyd-Hamburg-American pier as representatives from Germany, Sweden and America pay their last respects to the victims of the Hindenburg disaster. Afterwards flag-draped caskets are loaded on board the SS Hamburg for return to Europe while a U.S. Navy blimp flies overhead.
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