[hin-duh n-burg; German hin-duh n-boo rk]
- Paul von [pawl von; German poul fuh n] /pɔl vɒn; German paʊl fən/, Paul von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg, 1847–1934, German field marshal; 2nd president of Germany 1925–34.
- German name of Zabrze.
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Hindenburg's strategy had put this out of the range of possibility.
The English people has no suspicion of Hindenburg's victories.
When the Hindenburg plans were completed, the Germans made their retreat.The Blot on the Kaiser's 'Scutcheon</p>
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Hindenburg is out with an interview saying it is not yet time for peace.Face to Face with Kaiserism</p>
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Later, we found the furniture from this and other villages in the Hindenburg Line.Life in a Tank
- the German name for Zabrze
- Paul von Beneckendorff und von (paul fɔn ˈbɛnəkəndɔrf ʊnt fɔn). 1847–1934, German field marshal and statesman; president (1925–34). During World War I he directed German strategy together with Ludendorff (1916–18)
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