Largest airship
Who
Hindenburg (LZ 129), Graf Zeppelin II (LZ 130)
Where
Germany ()
When
1936

The world's largest airships were the 213.9 tonne (471,500 lb) German Hindenburg (LZ 129) and Graf Zeppelin II (LZ 130), each of which had a length of 245 m (803 ft 10 in) long with a hydrogen gas capacity capacity of 200,000 m³ (7,062,100 ft³).

The Hindenburg first flew in 1936, exploding and crashing on 6 May 1937, Lakehurst, New Jersey, USA and the Graf Zeppelin II in 1938.