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The crash of the Hindenburg took only 34 seconds, but it changed lives forever as passengers and ground crew tried to escape its massive flames

The crash of the Hindenburg took only 34 seconds, but it changed lives forever as passengers and ground crew tried to escape its massive flames

The burning of the German zeppelin 'Hindenburg' at its mooring at Lakehurst, New Jersey on 6 May 1937, with the loss of 36 lives. Oil over a photograph.

The burning of the German zeppelin 'Hindenburg' at its mooring at Lakehurst, New Jersey on 6 May 1937, with the loss of 36 lives. Oil over a photograph.

19-At approximately 7 25 pm local time-the German zeppelin Hindenburg burst into flames as it nosed toward the mooring post at the Naval Air Station in Lakehurst-New Jersey-on May 6 1937

19-At approximately 7 25 pm local time-the German zeppelin Hindenburg burst into flames as it nosed toward the mooring post at the Naval Air Station in Lakehurst-New Jersey-on May 6 1937

This photo, taken at almost the split second that the Hindenburg exploded, shows the 804-foot German zeppelin just before the second and third explosions send the ship crashing to the earth over the Lakehurst Naval Air Station in Lakehurst, N.J., on May 6, 1937.

This photo, taken at almost the split second that the Hindenburg exploded, shows the 804-foot German zeppelin just before the second and third explosions send the ship crashing to the earth over the Lakehurst Naval Air Station in Lakehurst, N.J., on May 6, 1937.

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