1923-1945: Soviet Airships

VI Oktyabr airship, 1923 I

VI Oktyabr airship, 1923 II

Moskovsky Khimik-rezinschik airship, 1924

Moskovsky Khimik-rezinschik airship, 1928

USSR-V2 Smolny airship, 1932

Crash of USSR-V2, 1933

Training airship USSR-V4 Komsomolskaya Pravda, 1933

Training airship USSR-V4 Komsomolskaya Pravda, 1933 II

USSR-V3 Krasnaya Zvezda, 1933

USSR-V3 Krasnaya Zvezda, 1933 II

USSR-V4 Komsomolskaya Pravda, 1933

USSR-V4 Komsomolskaya Pravda, 1933 II

USSR V-5 airship, 1933

USSR V-5 airship, 1933 II

USSR V-5 airship, 1934

USSR-V6 Osoaviachim airship, 1935

USSR-V6 Osoaviachim airship, 1935 II

USSR-V7bis Chelyuskinets, 1935

USSR-V8 airship, 1936

USSR-V6 Osoaviachim airship, 1937

Welcoming USSR-V6 Osoaviachim airship, 1937

USSR-V10 before its flight, 1938

Pobeda airship, 1945

Pobeda airship, 1945 II

Senior flight mechanic in Smolny before another flight

3 Responses

  1. erasmus jerry paradiso

    Just the sight of it would bring shivers up and down your spine!
    This marvel of technology is so overwhelming it boggles the mind,
    and it FLOATS IN MID AIR FOREVER.

    Also have intentions
    CHINA GERMANY RUSSIA

    IF YOU LIKE THIS CONCEPT, YOU CAN HAVE IT

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  2. Otto Parts

    @erasmus: Are you into weed? I have no idea what you are trying to say here.

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  3. tr

    Just imagine someday, they’ll be looking at pictures of the space shuttle saying “omg, can you believe it? They hurled themselves up in those tin cans.”

    Its a really big balloon with motors. wow!
    Yah, vee are powerfulz nation. Vee buildz deez.
    All the energy and materials to build those and what did they get out it? humans go to such great lengths for entertainment.

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