May 5, 2017

Hindenburg disaster: the original reporting

EDITOR’S NOTE: On May 6, 1937, the German airship Hindenburg burst into flames at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. Thirty-five people aboard and one person on the ground died. Ahead of Saturday’s 80th anniversary, the AP is republishing a version of its ...

May 5, 2017

Last survivor of Hindenburg disaster: 'The air was on fire'

Wind and thunderstorms had delayed the Hindenburg’s arrival in New Jersey from Germany on May 6, 1937. The father of 8-year-old Werner Doehner headed to his cabin after using his movie camera to shoot some scenes of Lakehurst Naval Air Station from the airship’s ...

Foreign nationals relive 2016 Kumamoto quakes in new English booklet

Apr 13, 2017

Foreign nationals relive 2016 Kumamoto quakes in new English booklet

A group of overseas students at Kumamoto University has compiled an English booklet recording the experiences of foreign nationals during last April’s powerful earthquakes. “We wanted to record people’s different experiences, and we think we can learn from other people’s experiences” to prepare for ...