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Misconception: The hydrogen in the Hindenburg caused it to explode. Turns out it was the ultra-flammable coating on the aluminum on the zeppelin.
Truth: It was named after a former president of Germany.
Truth: Don’t trust anything German in the ’30s.

For Mrs. G

Misconception: The hydrogen in the Hindenburg caused it to explode. Turns out it was the ultra-flammable coating on the aluminum on the zeppelin.

Truth: It was named after a former president of Germany.

Truth: Don’t trust anything German in the ’30s.

For Mrs. G

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