zeppelin post journal
SUMMER2012 - Volume 6, Number 2

It is summer time: The first mail drop over Heligoland, a trip to the Orient, zeppelin crew member Thasler on vacation and 100 years ago, the first post office opened onboard an airship. This was on July 17, 1912.


 

 


zeppelin post journal
Index

- PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE? by Dieter Leder
- 140TH FELZMANN SALE by Dieter Leder
- COLOR VARIETIES OF THE 1936 LEAFLETS by Manfred Küchler
- MEIN VATER, LUFTSCHIFFKAPITÄN BAUER by Dieter Leder
- THE 1933 GERMAN-AMERICAN GRAF ZEPPELIN CHICAGO FLIGHT CACHET by Cheryl Ganz
- 100 YEARS AGO: THE FIRST POST OFFICE ONBOARD AN AIRSHIP by Dieter Leder
- 100 YEARS AGO: THE FIRST MAIL DROP OVER HELIGOLAND by Dieter Leder
- PASSENGERS ON THE 1929 ORIENT FLIGHT by Christian Depre
- NEW RESEARCH INFORMATION ON HINDENBURG CRASH MAIL by Dieter Leder
- THE CAPELLMEISTER IN ARGENTINA by Manfred Küchler (this article is available online )

The article by Manfred Küchler THE CAPELLMEISTER IN ARGENTINA from the Summer2012 issue is available online .


 

 


zeppelin post journal
General information about this issue

This issue was published in English language as well as in German language.

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