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The Phoenix: A Novel About the Hindenburg



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Author
Boetius, Henning
Descriptors
Disaster
Espionage
Historical Fiction
Hitler, Adolf
Industrial Espionage
Nazis
Sabotage
Thrillers-Historical
Location/Setting:
Germany
New Jersey
Time Period:
1930s
1940s
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Summary
Birger Lund, a survivor of the Hindenburg disaster, spends ten years trying to find the real reason behind the mysterious explosion of the famous zeppelin in 1937.
Critique
A gripping, fascinating historical suspense thriller. The author spent five years researching his topic. He is the son of one of the survivors of the Hindenburg and has listened to his father's stories all of his life. Many interesting facts given about zeppelins and their impact on air travel. Highly recommend.
ISBN
0385501838
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# of Pages
339
Published
2000
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Reviewer's Initials: DZ


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