The Hindenburg Disaster – Definitely No Accident

For some strange reason, there were twenty-two photographers present at 7 pm to film the arrival of the German airship, the Hindenburg in a New Jersey airfield. This would seem to be quite excessive for an event which had already occurred twenty times in the previous year at the same field, without incident so why would this event require so many photographers, five of whom were newsreel photographers?

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