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Get ready � as a skilled mechanic is 1930s Germany, you are thrilled to be offered a job on the most magnificent airship ever built. You're certainly not going to forget your flight on the Hindenburg.
The Heat Is on!
Top Tips from Experts:
Beware of fire-the huge airship is full of highly flammable gas.
Beware of storms and lightning-storm clouds contain electricity, and electricity makes dangerous sparks.
Wrap up warm-airship travel is very comfortable in the passengers' quarters, but not where you work.
If the worst happens, don't panic. Those who keep clam are most likely to survive.
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Table of Contents
Flying Whales 6
Building a Giant 8
All in a Day's Work 10
Flying the Giant 12
Pride of the Reich 14
Inside the Hindenburg 16
Flying First class 18
The Last Flight 20
What Went Wrong? 28