Definition of Hindenburg

1. Noun. German field marshal and statesman; as president of the Weimar Republic he reluctantly appointed Hitler as chancellor in 1933 (1847-1934).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hindenburg

Himantopus novae-zelandiae
Himantopus stilt
Himarë
Himmler
Himni i Flamurit
Himself
Hin recombinase
Hinault
Hinayana
Hinayana Buddhism
Hinayanist
Hind II
Hind III
Hindawi
Hindemith
Hindenburg
Hindi
Hindi-Urdu
Hindia
Hindian
Hindley's screw
Hindoo
Hindooism
Hindoos
Hindoostanee
Hindoostanees
Hindoostani
Hindostan
Hindostani
Hindu

Literary usage of Hindenburg

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1. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1920)
"His achievement promised to grow rather than diminish with the passing of time.15 PIELD-MARSHAL PAUL VON hindenburg, CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE GERMAN ARMIES ..."

2. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1920)
"The British, looking at their area, will see it as a contest between St. Quentin and Ypres, designed to break the hindenburg Line. The Americans will see it ..."

3. Inside the German Empire in the Third Year of the War by Herbert Bayard Swope (1917)
""hindenburg and Ludendorff." Never the one name without the other, ... All the world knows hindenburg. Germany's Iron Man, the hero of the Masurian Swamps, ..."

4. The Last Four Months: How the War was Won by Sir Frederick Maurice (1919)
"The name "hindenburg Line" originated with the British soldiers, ... At the end of August, 1916, when hindenburg and Ludendorff first arrived at Great ..."

5. The Last Four Months: How the War was Won by Frederick Maurice (1919)
"The name "hindenburg Line" originated with the British soldiers, ... At the end of August, 1916, when hindenburg and Ludendorff first arrived at Great ..."

6. True Stories of the Great War: Tales of Adventure--heroic Deeds--exploits by Francis Trevelyan Miller (1917)
"With a magic passport, nothing less than a letter to Von hindenburg from his ... I—GOING TO SEE VON hindenburg YES, if the truth be told, I must say that I ..."

7. The History of the A. E. F. by Shipley Thomas (1920)
"CHAPTER XII MEUSE-ARGONNE—FIRST PHASE September 26—October 3—German Retreat Had Reached hindenburg Line—Foch Decides to Force the Fighting—Combines ..."

8. The Theory of Determinants in the Historical Order of Development by Thomas Muir (1906)
"THE writers of this period are eight in number, viz., hindenburg, Rothe, Gauss, Monge, Hirsch, Binet, Prasse, Wronski. Of these the first two and Prasse, ..."

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