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Zeppelin : Rigid Airships 1893-1940 by Peter Brooks (2003, Hardcover)
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London: Putnam Aeronautical Books, First Edition. FP New Rockville Stock. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Putnam, Large Hardcover. First edition. An excellent copy.
In the first decade of the twentieth century, the rigid airship looked more likely to be the future of air travel and transportation than the small, rather fragile airplane. Using a lifting gas enclosed within a metal or wooden framework, rigid airships could fly longer distances and carry more passengers or cargo. Zeppelin: Rigid Airships examines the rise and decline of the airship by means of individual development histories of all the fifty types of airships built across four countries during a forty year period.
Beginning with Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin's first rigid airship, the book examines the role played by the rigid airship in both civil and military aviation.