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This is an original illustrated article that has been carefully extracted from a 1918 issue of Popular Science Magazine.
Illustrations and/or photos include:
ï Surface winds give a ground crew of 300 a battle to "walk" the Los Angeles into her hangar at Lakehurst, NJ. She was, however, never in danger
ï The Graf Zeppelin being christened in her German hangar.
ï How passengers will board the R-100
ï One of the 275 gallon petrol tanks of the British dirigible R-100
ï The huge Los Angeles and two dirigible escorts
ï Chief Boatswain Mate C.C. Dean in the Los Angeles operating the elevator wheel
Title: Dirigibles Make New Bid to Rule the Air
Subtitle: Supremacy of Planes Challenged as Europe Prepares Flying Liners for Trans-Atlantic Service, and U.S. Navy Lays Plans for Two Huge Lighter-than-AirShips
Length (includes front & back): Just over 3 pages
Approximate Page Size (in inches): 8 x 11
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