The Hindenburg

Lucia Sanchez-Vanderheyden

Hindenburg

The Hindenburg burst up in flames only about 200 feet above ground. Many people and crew jumped of of the Hindenburg.

Hindenburg

When the Hindenburg burst up in flames only about 200 feet above ground in New Jersey many people saw. Some people have theories about how the Hindenburg when up in flames. One theory is that a bomb was planted in the Hindenburg in act of sabotage. Another theory that some people have is that the hydrogen in Hindenburg had a leak and then when they went through the storm a static of electricity hit the leak and it caught on fire.

The Hindenburg was as large as 20 large school buses lined up together

Above I have a picture of when the Hindenburg was flying, when the Hindenburg was falling and after the Hindenburg fell.

The Hindenburg

This is a picture of what the Hindenburg looked like in construction.

The Hindenburg

This is a picture of a dinning table in the Hindenburg. The dinning tables were long and many different people would be at one table at the same time.