World War One: the German zeppelin Viktoria Luise emerging from its hangar. Photograph, 1912/1915.
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The Viktoria Luise, named after the daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II, was the eleventh Zeppelin, constructed in 1912 and used for civilian transport. It was converted to military use and broke apart while being put into its hangar on 1 October 1915
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