Aerial views of the wreckage of German Zeppelin Hindenburg (D-LZ129) that crashed and burned while attempting to land at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States. Ambulances and other vehicles. Navy inspection board members walk around the zeppelin. Remains of the zeppelin lying on ground. Ambassador of Germany Hans Luther walks down stairs and poses. Injured passenger being put into ambulances and transported From Lakehurst to major hospitals in New York City. Unharmed crew members at officer's mess of Naval station. Youngest crew member,13 year old Werner Franz, cabin boy on the Hindenburg, poses. U.S. Navy Commander Charles E. Rosendahl, head of the Naval Station being questioned by official from investigating committee of Bureau of Air Commerce Board. Inspection committee members seated.
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