The most characteristic of Prussian institutions is the Hindenburg line.
Hindenburg is out with an interview saying it is not yet time for peace.
On the next morning came the great moment when I was to meet Hindenburg and Ludendorf.
Hindenburg's strategy had put this out of the range of possibility.
On a small rise I came upon a trench system under construction (probably the now famous Hindenburg line), which I examined.
When the Hindenburg plans were completed, the Germans made their retreat.
Hindenburg knew the hopelessness of the position, not only of the German army but also of the German home front.
Part of the Hindenburg Line had been taken, and part was still in the hands of the enemy.
"Hindenburg gets free range for the night," volunteered Hippy.
As with all popular figures, writers have romanced about Hindenburg.