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Russian Empire airship Golubj / Pigeon
 
Before WW 1, Russia had constructed about 10 non-rigid dirigible. There were 3 small dirigible including the 1910 non-rigid Golubj (Pigeon). Builders B.V. Golubov and D.S. Sukharzhevsky.
 
These ships had arms, but were out-of-date. Their ceiling and speed did not meet the requirements, for a military dirigible. They were used for training.
 
Envelope capacity: 2270 cu.m
Length: 42 m
Diameter: 9.8 m
Engine 74 hp
 
 
 
 


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