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The Hindenburg in Flames: How a Photograph Marked the End of the Airship

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When it went down in flames, the Hindenburg went down in history. The era of airship travel ended with a disastrous explosion May 6, 1937. Sam Shere’s photo of the Hindenburg in flames has been called the most famous news photograph ever taken. The entire episode from first flash to destruction took less than a minute. It happened so fast that Shere, who could feel the heat of the burning airship, had no time to raise his camera to his eye. His famous photo, which was the first ever to show a major air disaster as it happened, was shot from the hip. This item is a Capstone Duo and includes both a hardcover and Capstone Interactive eBook edition of the title.

 
Dewey363.12/492
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 5-7
Interest LevelGrades 5-9
GRLZ
Lexile Level1050L
ATOS Level7
AR Points1
AR Quiz #196679
  
Text TypeNarrative Nonfiction
  
ISBN978-0-7565-5565-8
PublisherCompass Point Books
Copyright2017
  
Page Dimensions0" x 0"
Page Count0
LanguagesEnglish
Duo (Hardcover plus Interactive eBook)
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price
$39.99
 


 
 
The Hindenburg in Flames: How a Photograph Marked the End of the Airship

The Hindenburg in Flames: How a Photograph Marked the End of the Airship

When it went down in flames, the Hindenburg went down in history. The era of airship travel ended with a disastrous explosion May 6, 1937. Sam Shere's photo of ...

Reviewed Titles Accelerated Reader
ISBN 9780756554415
Format Hardcover
Series Captured World History

S/L Price
$26.49

Copyright Dewey Interest Level Reading Level ATOS GRL Lexile
2017 363 Grades 5-9 Grades 5-7 7 Z 1050L
The Hindenburg in Flames: How a Photograph Marked the End of the Airship

The Hindenburg in Flames: How a Photograph Marked the End of the Airship

When it went down in flames, the Hindenburg went down in history. The era of airship travel ended with a disastrous explosion May 6, 1937. Sam Shere's photo of ...

Reviewed Titles Capstone Interactive Accelerated Reader
ISBN 9780756554477
Format Capstone Interactive eBook
Series Captured World History

S/L Price
$39.99

Copyright Dewey Interest Level Reading Level ATOS GRL Lexile
2017 363 Grades 5-9 Grades 5-7 7 Z 1050L
Hardcover Price: $26.49
 
 
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