Jablonski discusses The Hindenburg disaster at Stafford program

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Sixty-four people attended a program by Carl Jablonski, president of the Navy Lakehurst Historical Society, at the Stafford branch Wednesday, Sept. 17th.

The German dirigible Hindenburg caught fire as it was mooring at Lakehurst May , 1937, claiming the lives of 35 of the 97 men and women on board plus one member of the ground crew. The disaster ended  commercial passenger service in rigid, lighter-than-air crafts.

Jablonski displayed artifacts from the disaster.

The program was sponsored by the Friends of the Stafford Library.

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