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The Zeppelins By Ernst Lehmann with Howard Mingos
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Ernst August Lehmann served throughout World War One as an airship commander, first with the Army Airship Service, and later the Naval Airship Service once the former had been disbanded. His memoirs... More > of that time, written in conjunction with American Howard Mingos, were first published in 1927, and include not only his own experiences during the war and immediately afterwards, but also those of the German airship services in general. Filled with accounts of the difficulties experienced, as well as the triumphs he and others enjoyed, his story is one of the rare first-hand accounts by a serving airship captain from 1914-1918.< Less
Beauties, Gas Masks and Rope By Critter Zeppelin
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My photography is of images that I love, women tied up and people in gas mask
ZEPPELIN'S FURY By Privateer Book Publishing
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The Zeppelin's Passenger By E. Phillips Oppenheim
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The Zeppelin’s Passenger is a tale of German espionage in England during World War I. Dreymarsh is a fictional “backwater” area in England with no apparent military value. The story... More > begins with Dreymarsh residents discovering an observation car from a German zeppelin along with a Homburg hat near Dreymarsh. The mystery is further complicated when an Englishman, Mr. Hamar Lessingham, presents himself at Mainsail Haul which is the residence of Sir Henry Cranston.< Less
Led Zeppelin Fan Guide By P Maldonado
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This book consist very useful things for the fans of rock band Lep Zeppelin. It describes the forming of this english band, describes years of their formation, talks about their music, their albums,... More > their awards. And of course this book talks about the life of the members of this famous group, their private and public life, and the things that the fans of this group might be interested in. It decribes the music style of this group, about influence, about their masterpieces such as famous Stairway to Heaven song, about discography. Fans of this group will enjoy reading this book because of the fact that they will find everything they need about this famous group. Even those who are not fans can read the very interesting things about the lives of members and after reading that, can be interested to listen to the music of this rock band.< Less
The Life & Times of Led Zeppelin By Robin Morris
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This is the story of one of the greatest hard rock bands in the world. Beginning in the sixties in London, led by the gifted guitarist, Jimmy Page with the thunderous John Bonham on drums, the... More > multi-instrumentalist John Paul Jones on bass and the powerful vocals of Robert Plant, it is no wonder they achieved world domination. This is a short but entertaining insight into their incredible journey...< Less
Frank Wilbur Zeppelin By Aidan McCarthy
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Frank Wilbur Zeppelin is a separatist, someone against the english church so they went to holland. That didn't work so they turned there attention to the New World...
"Doctor George's Magnificent Zeppelin" By Grant Sutor Vuille
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Off You Go.... A Father's Guide to College and Beyond
CHURCHILL'S CHILDREN - The Phantom Zeppelin By A R Grogan
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Churchill’s Children is a coming of age story set against a back drop of the true events of the Second World War. Christopher Finch is the son of a wealthy American diplomat and a British... More > journalist who live in London in 1939. The events that unfurl during the next five years, from his spying for Winston Churchill - the British war-time Prime minister - to escaping the closing claws of the Nazi empire, forms and shapes the talented Mr. Finch. Christopher Finch is not alone in his adventures, he is joined by a group of children from other wealthy and powerful families who have been evacuated from London to Christopher’s parent’s estate in the countryside of England. Together they form a close group of comrades, each with their own lives affected by the war clouds that are covering Europe.< Less