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English: USS Akron flying over the southern end of Manhattan, New York, New York, United States, circa 1931-1933 (Photo #: NH 43900)
Deutsch: USS Akron (ZRS-4) über Manhattan (1931-1933)
Français : USS Akron (ZRS-4) au dessus de Manhattan (1931-1933)
Italiano: USS Akron mentre sorvola l'isola di Manhattan, New York City
Nederlands: zeppelin de USS Akron boven Lower Manhattan
Español: Dirigible USS Akron sobre la isla de Manhattan, Nueva York
Date circa 1931-1933
Source U.S. Naval Historical Centre Photograph; originally uploaded to en.wikipedia on 28 Jun 2004 by Taak
Author USN
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