The airship of Pierre and Paul Lebaudy France The Lebaudy Brothers airship was an attempt by French designers to counter the achievements of Germany where Count Zeppelin had made tentative flights with his first dirigible in It was feet long held cubic feet of gas and was powered by a hp Daimler engine On November it succeeded in covering miles from Moisson to the Champ de Mars in Paris in one hour and minutes Front cover from the magazine La Vie au Grand Air November
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