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English: Crash of British airship R-38 (U.S. Navy ZR-2), 24 August 1921. Rescue party cutting into the fabric hull covering, near the tail, in an effort to save airmen trapped in the wreckage, "scarcely one-half hour" after the airship broke up, exploded and crashed into the Humber River at Hull, England.
Date 24 August 1921
Source U.S. Naval Historical Centre Photograph #: NH 69230; URL containing: ; URL image: Source: english wikipedia, original upload 6 July 2004 by Taak
Author US Navy
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