The long lost expose of the US Navy’s airship program as seen by its most famous proponent C.E. Rosendahl. Read how “Pearl Harbor” could have been prevented; what really happened to the Akron, Macon and Hindenburg; how modern airships can serve. Thought to have been rejected by the US Naval Institue Press circa 1960, it is here restored with foreward by Hepburn Walker, Jr., and new fold-out diagrams by Herman Van Dyk.
- Vice Admiral Charles E. Rosendahl, USN (ret.)
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