PHOTOS: When The Hindenburg Was The Height Of Luxe In-Flight Dining

Before it became a byword for disaster, the hydrogen-powered airship heralded an era of fine dining in the skies — with an all-electric kitchen, a cocktail lounge, wine cellar and multi-course meals.

(Image credit: Courtesy of The Smithsonian National Postal Museum)

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