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The Scientific American War Book


by Scientific American

A postcard of a Zeppelin over the battleship Nassau. At 136 meters, the Zeppelin is less than one meter shorter than the Nassau. The lengths and other statistics are given on the reverse.
Reverse:
Logo: Deutscher Flotten-Verein (German Naval League)
Zeppelins Luftschiff: Länge 136 m, Durchmesser 13 m 2 Motore mit 220 Pferdekräften Tragfähigkeit 16 Mann und 2000 kg. Ballast.
Linienschiff “Nassau” Länge 136.7 m, Breite 27,1 m Tiefgang 3,1 m Wasserverdrängung 19000 t Schnelligkeit 20 Sm, Besatzung 961 Mann.
Zeppelin Airship: length 136 m, diameter 13 m 2 motors of 220 horse-power capacity 16 men and 2,000 kg. Ballast.
Battleship "Nassau" length 136.7 m, width 27.1 m Draft 3.1 m Displacement 19000 t Speed ​​20 Sm, 961 man crew
Ges. Gesch.

A Zeppelin over the battleship Nassau. At 136 meters, the Zeppelin is less than one meter shorter than the Nassau. Lengths and other comparisons are given on the reverse.

The Scientific American War Book: The Mechanism and Technique of Warfare Compiled and Edited by Albert A. Hopkins, Editor of the Scientific American Reference Book, Etc. Member of the American Statistical Association. 572 Illustrations. Articles by Rear-Admiral Mahan, Major A.G. Piorkowski, Lieut.-Col. L. S. Roudiez, U.S.A., Fred C. Hild, The Aviator, Major H. Bannerman-Phillips, Captain W.D.A. Anderson, U.S.A., and many others

Publisher: Munn & Company, Incorporated, 1916

Copyright: 1915 by the Cricks Publishing Corporation