Foreign News: Horrid Zep

The roar of Zeppelin engines is a horrid sound to British ears. Last week 100,000 of His Majesty's subjects, gathered in the presence of George V and Queen Mary at famed Wembley Stadium, booed and jeered the Graf Zeppelin.

Nosing over to England from the Fatherland, the long silver cigar radioed down a question: "Where is the King?" Up flashed the answer: "At Wembley." The long cigar nuzzled over toward the stadium. Not since Zeppelins last bombed England 14 years ago has a German airship flown over London. For good measure the Graf skimmed...

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