German Zeppelin L19 crashed in the North Sea on its way back from a raid on England, World War I, 1916
|Caption||German Zeppelin L19 crashed in the North Sea on its way back from a raid on England, World War I, 1916. The crew survived the crash but drowned after a British fishing boat refused to rescue them. Le chatiment du pirate. Au retour d'un raid sur l'Angleterre le Zeppelin L19 sombre dans la Mer du Nord. Illustration from Le Petit Journal, 27 February 1916.|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||history historical German 1910s warfare First World War World War One World War1 World War I WW1 WWI military propaganda Zeppelin airship L19 crashed downed sinking North Sea Aerial Warfare Fishing Boat controversy|
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