One of Germany's mammoth Zeppelins
In the right background is the hangar, in which the craft is housed. The sheep have become accustomed to the hovering giant and feed quietly under it.
American made picture (by the Brown Bros.). The original caption reads: These great dirigible airships, hundreds of feet long, were invented and perfected by the aged Count Zeppelin. They are effective within a range of one thousand miles. The German Empire has unquestionably surpassed all its rivals in Europe in the thorough application of the inventions of modern science to the making of war.
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