Zeppelin Down

The Zeppelin threat against Britain was perceived to be considerable during the Great War – hence the Tondern Raid detailed in the previous feature article. Andy Saunders takes a look at a photographic archive of fascinating images relating to the downing of Zeppelin L.33 over Essex in 1916.

General view of the wreck, looking towards the stern.’ (ALL IMAGES BRITAIN AT WAR ARCHIVE/KEY COLLECTION)


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