After the disaster, Sammt became the commander of the LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin, flying its spy flight in August 1939 and its last flight before it was dismantled. His home town of Niederstetten made him an "honoured citizen" (Ehrenbürger); the Albert-Sammt-Museum is situated there.
Notes and referencesEdit
- Sammt, Albert et al. Mein Leben für den Zeppelin. 2nd ed. Wahlwies: Pestalozzi-Kinderdorf, 1989. ISBN 3-921583-02-0. (pp. 167–168, extract (in German) covering LZ 130's spying trip from 2 to 4 August 1939).
- Faces of the Hindenburg: Albert Sammt
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