Cover: American and Soviet interest in airships

American and Soviet interest in airships

Published 1963

by L. S. Hill

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A summary of some recent expressions of interest in lighter-than-air craft. Certain Soviet recognition of the potential value of the airship as an economical means for carrying bulky cargo is emphasized. The airship can carry oversize items, while remaining free of highway, underpass, bridge, tunnel, and landing limitations.

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