The Airship Heritage Trust
The Airship Heritage Trust is the premier site for news, information, media and education on all things relevant to lighter than air travel. The AHT has been tremendously supportive of this site.
Dan Grossman has been researching, writing, and speaking about the technology and history of rigid airships and zeppelins for over 20 years. He has worked on television documentaries, consulted for museums around the world, given talks and lectures, and have frequently been quoted by the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, the BBC, NPR, and other media outlets.
Airminded – Air Power and British Society 1908-1941
Brett Holman’s website where he organises his thoughts and materials for his PhD research in the School of Historical Studies at the University of Melbourne.
British Airship Museum at Cardington
The British Airship Museum at Cardington (BAMC) is a grass-roots effort by a group of dedicated enthusiasts to record and preserve the history of British airships and Cardington Airfield, and make that history available to the public with a museum at Cardington.
Cross & Cockade International
The most respected historical magazine about all aspects of aviation in World War One. Formed in 1970, its quarterly, journal contains articles researched and written by members.
Nice little site with lots of links to airship-related websites all over the world.
The Great War Forum
A wealth of information can be found at The Great War Forum, with a strong focus on family history.
The UK’s National Virtual Museum with news, listings and features from over 3,000 museums, galleries and heritage sites. NS11 was featured as Website of the Week in December 2008.
Faces of the Hindenburg
Patrick Russell’s in-depth biography of all those aboard the airship Hindenburg’s last flight of 6 May 1937. The site brilliantly tells the often overlooked human story of this tragedy.
Pennoyer’s is Pulham St Mary’s new village centre in the restored Victorian school and 15th century chapel. Pulham St Mary is rightly proud of its airship connections and the famous Pulham Pigs.