The British airship R-33, sister ship of the famous K34 which crossed the Atlantic in 1920, repeated, last week, the feat of the U. S. airship Shenandoah, which, last year, went on an unintentional voyage (TIME, Jan. 28, 1924). The R33 was moored to the mast at Pulham airdrome in Norfolk, England, during one of the worst gales known to the windswept English coast. Under the terrific pull of a 50-mile-an-hour wind, she tore away the arm of the mooring mast. The damage inflicted was even worse...

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