HINDENBURG & OTHER AIRSHIP WEBSITE

February 7, 2010: Barry Cauchon

Thank you to all of you who have visited my blog over the last couple of years. As those of you following my work know, I am currently in the middle of writing a book with my writing partner John Elliott as well as possibly turning it into a documentary. When things happen fast, you need to go with the flow. So due to this, my blog output has ground to a crawl and for that I apologize.

However, when I find something that is historically interesting, or those that have great information find me, I like to pass it along to you as fast as I can. Case in point is a website about the Hindenburg and the other great airships of the 20’s and 30’s.

The site is run by Dan Grossman out of Atlanta, Georgia and he wrote the following note to me regarding an article I authored called “D-LZ 129 HINDENBURG . . . JUST THE FACTS, MA’AM”!”.

“Barry. You have done a great job of presenting the basic facts about the  Hindenburg for people who want a short, accurate summary. But for readers who want more information (photos, deck plans, flight schedules, flight operations, etc.), would you be willing to post a link to: http://www.airships.net/hindenburg at the end of your posting, for people who might not read all the comments?

Dan Grossman, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Website: http://www.airships.net

Twitter: http://twitter.com/airships

Blog: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Airships

As the Hindenburg and the other great airships are not my specialty, but still hold wonderful historical interest for me, I recommend Dan’s website for those wanting to know much more about this subject.

Dan, thanks for your kind words and offers of assistance.

Keep up the great work.

Best

Barry

outreach@awesometalks.com

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