Zeppelin mail

German zeppelins continued to carry passengers and correspondence until shortly after the Hindenburg disaster.

During the First World War they were used in bombing and reconnaissance missions and with the end of the war they returned to perform the function for which they had been conceived and designed: passenger transport and airmail. The Graf Zeppelin LZ-127 was one of the absolute protagonists of that time although, in naming the word zeppelin, collective memory always goes back to the accident of the LZ 129. Maybe because it was also the largest to have been built.

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