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Lieutenant Commander Charles E.Rosendahl, commander of the U.S. Naval... News Photo1929,20th Century Style,Adult,Armed Forces,Black And White,Blimp,Body Part,Burnt,Clothing,Conflict,Control,Day,Emergencies and Disasters,Exploding,Full Suit,Heroes,Hindenburg,Lakehurst,Lieutenant,Looking At Camera,Man Made,Men,Military,Navy,Officer,One Person,Outdoors,People,Personal Accessory,Photograph,Photography,Portrait,Rank,Shenandoah River Valley,Social Issues,Studio Shot,Survival,Time Of Day,UK,US Military,US Navy,USA,Vertical,War,Well-dressed,Working,World War II,WreckPhotographer Collection: SSPL SSPL/Planet News ArchiveUNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 25: Lieutenant Commander Charles E.Rosendahl, commander of the U.S. Naval Airport at Lakehurst, New Jersey, and a survivor of the 'Shenandoah' disaster, is leading the recue work amid the burnt out wreckage of the giant zeppelin 'Hindenburg' at Lakehurst, where the German airship exploded with the loss of 33 lives.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images)