The Traveler’s Steampunk Blog

Musings from a travelling Steampunk

Zeppelin image

| 27. September 2009

I am currently writing a review of Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow for the next edition of the famed and esteemed Gathouse Gazette. Since the Hindenburg III dominates the opening scene and it has been a while since I posted a Zeppelin image, I can catch two birds with one stone here (i.e. […]

Yet more propaganda

| 26. September 2009

Although this time it’s rather tongue-in-cheek and taken from Inglorious Basterds, one of the best movies of the last 5 years and the best I’ve seen and most fun since The Return of the King. PROPAGANDA! And the whole plot is so weird and the alternate history created so bizarre, it’s almost Dieselpunk on acid.

The Zeppelin Museum V – Mission to Africa

| 8. September 2009

As I have announced before, here are some images concerning the long voyage of L 104 in 1917. It was a planned relief mission to the outnumbered (but very successful) troops of Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck in  Deutsch-Ostafrika. The mission was cancelled befor completion, though because it was judged that the relief mission would not be […]