1918(Neptun L 8)
- Designation: LZ 100
- Dimensions: 645 x 78.5 ft.
- Gas Volume: 73,250 cu. yd. of hydrogen
- Engines: Five Maybach IVa 260 hp each = 62 knots
- Crew: 51
- Builder: Zeppelin Co.
- First flight: 8 Aug 1917
- Service: Flew 19 reconnaissance missions; 4 attacks on England, dropping 11,930 kg of bombs. Intercepted and destroyed by British Sopwith Camel N6812 flown by Lt. Culley RAF, who took off from a lighter towed by the destroyer HMS Redoubt on 11 Aug 1918. LZ 100 was the last zeppelin destroyed in the war. 11 sister ships in class.