I think you will find this dramatic lightning strike on a tree near a house is compelling viewing
Be aware that the same event is repeated in the video
I feel that this video will greatly entertain you
I do not think that some of these rides are possible
The Junkers Ju-52 played a very important part in both the pre-world war two period as well as the war itself
Nearly 5000 of this model were produced between the early 1931 to 1952. The nickname of this aircraft was “Iron Annie” and there is probably a good reason for it being entitled with this nickname.
It was found to be a very reliable workhorse for the Luftwaffe during the war. It is also a very usual looking aircraft in the sense that it had one of it’s three engines positioned just forward of the cockpit. Here is both a wikipedia article as well as a historical video about this famous aircraft.
The American DC-3 aircraft was brought into around the same time. It became similarly popular and played the same civilian and military roles as the Ju-52 aeroplane.
My first ride in an aircraft was on a DC-3 in 1956. It was a thrilling experience for a young man
I would like to share with my readers the colourful history of the DC-3, more particularly the important role DC-3’s played during the second world war. Here is both a wikipedia article as well as a historical video about this famous aircraft. Readers will note that the film in the video was probably edited and recorded somewhere in the early 1970’s and as such the quality of the film is a little antiquated. However, in my opinion, this adds to the enjoyment of watching the documentary.
The German Ju-52 aircraft was brought into around the same time. It became similarly popular and played the same civilian and military roles as the DC-3 aeroplane.