During the December 1938 flight of the LZ-130 Graf Zeppelin II to the Sudetenland, the Graf Zeppelin II was called upon to drop propaganda leaflets advertising the upcoming Sudetenland plebiscite.
The LZ-129 Hindenburg and LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin were called upon to fly in tandem around Germany, dropping propaganda leaflets promoting the Nazi Party’s desired result.
On 20 August 1925, Dr. Eckener launched the Zeppelin-Eckener-Spende des Deutschen Volkes (Zeppelin-Eckener Fund of the German People) campaign.
On 22-23 July 1939, the Graf Zeppelin II made a round trip from Frankfurt to Bielefeld, then Münster, and back to Frankfurt.
From 17-24 September 1936, the Hindenburg (LZ-129) made its eighth trip from Friedrichshafen to Lakehurst, NJ, and back.
On 1 August 1936, the Hindenburg (LZ-129) made a round-trip flight from Frankfurt over the grounds of the 1936 Summer Olympics.