The Daily Mail’s Zeppelin Insurance

Daily Mail Zelleplin Fund PosterHere are a few posters distributed by Great Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper regarding compensation from German zeppelin attacks on London in what can be construed as the First Battle of Britain during WWI.

The first, above, describes a ‘Zeppelin Fund’ for people and property that might suffer pain, damage, or death.

It is, in fact, Zeppelin insurance.

The poster below, well, that one tells you what the Zeppelin Fund payouts will be should you suffer from an attack.

Daily Mail Zeppelin Fund PayoutsYou’ll notice that it says for ‘registered readers’, implying that the newspaper will pay out some cash should you die or get hurt or have your home damaged from an attack – but only if you are a loyal reader that signs up for this.

The third poster below – well, I’m unsure who created this, but it provides a handy-dandy easy-peasy way for people to identify the enemy aircraft via silhouette, so that they can report it to the authorities – just make sure you aren’t seeing one of the British aircraft!

Plane and zeppelin spotting poster WWI I love the warning: Do not touch unexploded bombs!

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Andrew was born in London, UK, raised in Toronto, Canada, and cavorted in Ohtawara, Japan for three years. He is married, has a son and a cat. He has over 35,000 comic books and a plethora of pioneer aviation-related tobacco and sports cards and likes to build LEGO dioramas. Along with writing for a monthly industrial magazine, he also writes comic books and hates writing in the 3rd person. He also hates having to write this crap that no one will ever read. Along with the daily Japan - It's A Wonderful Rife blog, when he feels the hate, will also write another blog entitled: You Know What I Hate? He also works on his Pioneers Of Aviation - a cool blog on early fliers. He also wants to do more writing - for money, though. Help him out so he can stop talking in the 3rd person.
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