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File:USS Shenandoah Bau.jpg


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Deutsch: Das amerikanische Starrluftschiff ZR-1 USS Shenandoah im Bau im Luftschiffhangar No.1 in Lakehurst, New Jersey im Jahre 1923. Man blickt hier in Heckrichtung des Schiffs, d.h. der Bug befindet sich unten rechts.
English: USS Shenandoah (ZR-1) Under construction inside the airship hangar at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey, 1923. This view looks aft, with her nose structure in the lower right. Note the jig on the hangar floor, lower left, used for the assembly of the airship's frames. Collection of Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, USN, 1973. U.S. Naval Historical Centre Photograph.
Date 1923
Source U.S. Naval Historical Centre , Foto # NH 82262
Author Original upload in german wikipedia 16. Apr 2004 by de:Benutzer:J.Rohrer

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40° 1′ 44.00″ N, 74° 18′ 59.00″ W

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