Rolf Muller sat in a seat next to a window of the bus and looked at the white stucco houses with red tile roofs. The bus was heading through Zeppelinheim, which was a town built for Zeppelin employees and their families. Rolf's father, Fritz Muller had worked for Dr. Hugo Eckener and Zeppelin for about 25 years and was now retired. Rolf became a Christian while living in Zeppelinheim with his parents and was not interested in the Nazi way of life. Rolf had been interested in airships most of his life and since his father worked for Zeppelin, was able to spend time around the Graf Zeppelin. The Graf Zeppelin was the predecessor to the Hindenburg.
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