What if the Hindenburg never crashed?

Asked by Gracie Hall

Short answer is no, airships would still have died out without the Hindenburg tragedy. It was only the last in a long line of disasters reaching back to the First World War, where the fragile nature of rigid airships was exposed. The biggest enemy of airships wasn’t fire, but rather weather.

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