Yep. A German Shepherd dog called Ulla, pet of passenger Joseph Späh a performer and acrobat. Ulla was a surprise gift for his children. Joseph survived the crash, unfortunately poor Ulla didn't.
The zeppelin airship was invented by Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin. The Hindenburg's chief designer was Ludwig Durr.
When it was first launched in 1936, the airship Hindenburg had 25 two-berth cabins to accommodate 50 passengers, as well as public rooms for the passengers, and rooms inside the hull for crew members and work areas such as a kitchen, radio room, and electrical generator room, and a post office. Between the 1936 and 1937 seasons, additional passenger cabins were added, and the ship had sleeping berths for 72 passengers when it was destroyed in the Hindenburg disaster of May 6, 1937.
Yes the cleltics did have pets but not the kind of pets we have. They might of had crows or even bears!
Not necessarily. one must distinguish between sacred animals used in temples ( Cats, among them) and household pets. given several thousand years, enough dust has settled to make this blurry, to put it mildly.
Human remains, dead pets, treasure, cable etc
There was one deer and six monkeys.
it was named after the late president of Germany, paul von Hindenburg
Gert von Hindenburg has written: 'Hindenburg, 1847-1934'
Hindenburg was filled with hydrogen.
The Hindenburg was a BLIMP not a boat. It did not sink.
The cast of Hindenburg - 1934 includes: Paul von Hindenburg as himself
the Hindenburg is an airship that exploded inMay 6, 1937
the hindenburg is mostly about them dieing in EXTREME pain.
Preussen Hindenburg was created in 1910.
Carl Hindenburg died in 1808.
Carl Hindenburg was born in 1741.