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Film Archive - Hindenburg Airship Disaster

Hindenburg Disaster Newsreel Footage - Herbert Morrison (1937)

Hindenburg Crash, Newsreel / Lakehurst, New Jersey, May 6,1937, Herbert Morrison Speaker.
Thirty-six people died in the accident, which occurred while landing at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in Manchester Township, New Jersey.
The disaster effectively ended the use of rigid airships in commercial transportation. 1937, 1.31 minutes


Footage from Pathe News Digest (1937)

The LZ 129 Hindenburg was Germany?s prided Zeppelin. Footage from Pathe News Digest coverage of the Hindenburg disaster at Lakehurst. Also shots of the big ship over New York.
Astounding vintage footage of the Hindenburg, both before, during and after its tragic explosion.
The crash of the Hindenburg took only 34 seconds, but it changed lives forever. 1937, 5.21 minutes


Footage from Universal News - Hindenburg disaster at Lakehurst (1937)

Two rare film shorts - vintage footage from Universal News - special release. The Hindenburg disaster shocked the world and remains an important part of aviation history.

The disaster, recorded on film and phonograph disk, effectively ended the use of rigid airships in commercial transportation. 1937, 5.10 minutes