Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin

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German inventor who designed and built the first rigid motorized dirigible (1838-1917)

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The invention of Claude Dornier (1884-1969), who at early stages in his career worked as science adviser to Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin and was ordered by same to construct his first flying boat during World War I, the Dornier Wal saw military service in Argentina, Chile, Columbia, Germany, Russia and six other countries (although it was Spain who was the first to recognise the Wal's military potential).
The venture could mark a comeback for Germany's Zeppelin company, founded by Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin eight years after he flew the first zeppelin airship in 1900.
The airship was invented in the 19th Century by a young German army officer called Graf Ferdinand von Zeppelin.
Zeppelin: Named after the German general and aeronautical engineer Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin who served in the American civil war.