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HINDENBURG DISASTER AFTERMATH

Black smoke rises from the skeleton of the burning Hindenburg airship at Lakehurst, N.J., May 6, 1937. The German-built zeppelin caught fire and exploded mid-air as it was landing after its transatlantic voyage, carrying 97 passengers and crew. Thirty-five people on board and one ground crew member were killed. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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May 06, 1937 04:00:00 AM
May 29, 2002 09:20:18 AM
MURRAY BECKER
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LAKEHURST, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES
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