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The process of constructing the USS Los Angeles rigid airship by Zeppelin company in Friedrichshafen, Germany
The construction of USS Los Angeles rigid airship by Zeppelin company in Friedrichshafen, Germany. The ship was made at the request of US Navy Department. The chief component being used is duraluminum. Animation depicts the methods of duraluminum stampings and assembly of girders. The workers work at a workshop. Construction and erection of a frame ring. Animated model shows construction of nose and tail. Men carry assembled tail section frame and attach it to the rest of the skeleton. Location: Friedrichshafen Germany. Date: 1930.
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