National Affairs: Shenandoah Court

At Lakehurst, N. J., in the very hangar where the Shenandoah's great body used to lie at rest, a naval court of inquiry met last week to determine the cause of her destruction, to ascertain why she was rent in two in mid air, while her control car went dashing to the ground to carry to death her Commander, Zachary Lansdowne, and many of his officers and men (TIME, Sept. 14, AERONAUTICS).

A model of the great ship hung suspended by wires over the heads of the inquiry officers, while the survivors filed in, were...

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