WHAT'S INSIDE: WORLD WAR I

The events leading up to the start of World War I depict a time in the history of the world where tensions between developing nations started to clash. This section contains information about the events leading up to the start of World War I.
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FEATURED: WORLD WAR I

Dirigibleor Airship, a balloon that is self-propelled and that can be steered. There are three types: (1) the rigid dirigible, which holds its shape by means of a rigid metal framework around the gas cells; (2) the semirigid dirigible, which has a rigid keel along the bottom inside a single fabric gas bag, known as the envelope, but no framework around the envelope; and (3) the nonrigid dirigible, which holds its shape only by the pressure of the gas inside the fabric envelope.

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