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Hindenburg
Hindenburg is a German name, used for people and places. The word may refer to: Carl Hindenburg (1741–1808), mathematician Paul von Hindenburg (1847–1934)
Feb 18th 2017



LZ 129 Hindenburg
"Hindenburg The Hindenburg" redirects here. For other uses, see Hindenburg. LZ 129 Hindenburg (Luftschiff Zeppelin #129; Registration: D-LZ 129) was a large German
Apr 23rd 2017



Paul von Hindenburg
Ludwig Hans Anton von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg ( listen (help·info)), known generally as Paul von Hindenburg (German: [ˈpaʊl fɔn ˈhɪndn̩bʊɐ̯k] ( listen);
Apr 26th 2017



Hindenburg disaster
event, see Hindenburg disaster newsreel footage. The Hindenburg disaster occurred on May 6, 1937, as the German passenger airship LZ 129 Hindenburg caught
Apr 29th 2017



The Hindenburg (film)
see Hindenburg disaster newsreel footage. The Hindenburg is a 1975 American Technicolor film based on the disaster of the German airship Hindenburg. The
Apr 19th 2017



Hindenburg Line
The Hindenburg Line (Siegfriedstellung or Siegfried Position) was a German defensive position of World War I, built during the winter of 1916–1917 on the
Apr 13th 2017



Hindenburg-class airship
The two Hindenburg-class airships were hydrogen-filled, passenger-carrying rigid airships built in Germany in the 1930s and named in honor of Paul von
Apr 14th 2017



Hindenburg: The Untold Story
Hindenburg: The Untold Story known in Germany as Das Geheimnis der Hindenburg ("The Secret of the Hindenburg") and Die Hindenburg: die ungeklarte Katastrophe
Dec 5th 2016



SV Hindenburg Allenstein
Allenstein SV Hindenburg Allenstein was a German football club from the city of Allenstein, East Prussia (now Olsztyn, Poland). The club was formed in 1921 as Sportvereinigung
Oct 25th 2016



Preussen Hindenburg
PreuSsen Hindenburg was a German association football club from the city of Zaborze, Upper Silesia in Germany (today Zabrze, Poland). The club was established
Feb 11th 2017



Hindenburg (icebreaker)
For other uses, see Hindenburg. The German icebreaker Hindenburg was built by Stettiner-OderwerkeStettiner Oderwerke at Stettin-Grabow in 1915 for the Cooperative Merchants'
Apr 17th 2017



Hindenburg Programme
The Hindenburg Programme of August 1916 is the name given to the armaments and economic policy begun in late 1916 by the Third Oberste Heeresleitung (OHL
Aug 29th 2016



Carl Hindenburg
Carl Friedrich Hindenburg (13 July 1741 – 17 March 1808) was a German mathematician born in Dresden. His work centered mostly on combinatorics and probability
Apr 11th 2017



Hindenburg disaster newsreel footage
Hindenburg The Hindenburg disaster newsreel footage includes films by several newsreel companies of the Hindenburg disaster where the zeppelin Hindenburg crashed
Mar 18th 2017



Hindenburg Omen
Hindenburg-Omen">The Hindenburg Omen is a technical analysis pattern that is said to portend a stock market crash. It is named after the Hindenburg disaster of May 6, 1937
Aug 11th 2016



SMS Hindenburg
SMS Hindenburg was a battlecruiser of the German Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy), the third ship of the Derfflinger class, built to a slightly modified
Apr 13th 2017



Hindenburg Range
The Hindenburg Range is a mountain range in western Papua New Guinea, stretching from the Star Mountains to the east, at about 5°15′00″S 141°23′00″E /
Aug 31st 2015



Hindenburg, Saxony-Anhalt
Hindenburg is a village and a former municipality in the district of Stendal, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 January 2009, it is part of the municipality
Jan 20th 2017



Oskar von Hindenburg
Oskar Wilhelm Robert Paul Ludwig von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (31 January 1883 – 12 February 1960) was a German Generalleutnant. The son and aide-de-camp
Mar 19th 2017



Hindenburg light
The Hindenburg light or Hindenburglicht, was a source of lighting used in the trenches of the First World War, named after the Commander-in-Chief of the
Mar 4th 2017



Hindenburg Cup
Hindenburg-Cup">The Hindenburg Cup (German: Hindenburg-Pokal) was a German aviation prize, founded in 1928 and awarded annually by President and Field Marshal Paul von
Mar 29th 2016



Hindenburg disaster in popular culture
The Hindenburg disaster has featured in a variety of popular culture films, TV programs and books. The Hindenburg is a 1975 film about the disaster
Mar 23rd 2017



Gertrud von Hindenburg
Gertrud Wilhelmine von Hindenburg (born December 4, 1860 in Magdeburg, † May 14, 1921 in Hannover) was a German noblewoman and philanthropist. She was
Feb 22nd 2016



Hindenburg Amnesties
The-Hindenburg-AmnestiesThe Hindenburg Amnesties were a succession of four amnesties for certain groups of political prisoners in Germany. The largest Hindenburg Amnesty, in
Apr 11th 2015



With Hindenburg for a National Prussia (United Patriotic Leagues and Associations)
With Hindenburg for a national Prussia (United Patriotic Leagues and Associations) (German: Mit Hindenburg für ein nationales PreuSsen (Vereinigte Vaterlandische
Oct 29th 2016



Hindenburg Bridge
The Hindenburg Bridge was a railway bridge over the RhineRhine between Rüdesheim in the German state of Hesse and Bingen-Kempten state of RhineRhineland-Palatinate
Feb 11th 2017



Zabrze
[ˈzabʐɛ] ( listen) (English: /ˈzɑːbʒeɪ/) (German: 1915–1945: Hindenburg-OHindenburg O.S., full form: Hindenburg in Oberschlesien, 1905–1915: Zabrze, Silesian: Zobrze) is
Apr 9th 2017



Hindenburg-Oberrealschule
The-HindenburgThe Hindenburg-Oberrealschule or Hindenburgschule was an Oberrealschule in Konigsberg, Germany. The school began as the Stadtische Steindammer Mittelschule
Apr 27th 2015



Werner Franz (Hindenburg)
129 Hindenburg which crashed on May 6, 1937. At the time of the crash he was a mere 14 years old. He was the last known crew member of the Hindenburg as
Mar 20th 2017



Battle of St. Quentin Canal
a single combined force against the German Siegfried Stellung of the Hindenburg Line. Under the command of Australian Lieutenant-General Sir John Monash
Apr 29th 2017



Army Group Hindenburg
The Army Group Hindenburg (German: Heeresgruppe Hundenburg) was an Army Group of the German Army, which operated in the Baltics against Russia between
Jan 1st 2017



German presidential election, 1932
of state under the Weimar Republic. The incumbent President, Paul von Hindenburg, first elected in 1925, was re-elected to a second seven-year term of
Mar 21st 2017



Eilenriedestadion
was renamed the Hindenburg-Kampfbahn (Eng: Hindenburg Arena). A pillar still standing in the entrance today is inscribed: "Hindenburg Kampfbahn der Stadt
May 18th 2016



German presidential election, 1925
German people". Paul von Hindenburg was elected as the second president of Germany in the second round of voting. Hindenburg was the candidate of a broad
Dec 22nd 2016



Operation Alberich
planned withdrawal to new positions on the shorter, more easily defended Hindenburg Line (Siegfriedstellung), which took place between 9 February and 20 March
Jan 22nd 2017



Frontkämpferprivileg
existence. It also met with the disapproval of Reich President Paul von Hindenburg, a former First World War general, who wrote in a letter to Hitler In
Feb 3rd 2017



The Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918
commonly, but incorrectly, known as the Hindenburg-CrossHindenburg Cross was established by Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, President of the German Republic, by an
Dec 11th 2016



Hundred Days Offensive
pushed the Germans out of France, forcing them to retreat beyond the Hindenburg Line, and was followed by an armistice. The term "Hundred Days Offensive"
Apr 13th 2017



President of Germany (1919–45)
dismissing governments at will. In 1934, after the death of President Hindenburg, Adolf Hitler, already Chancellor, assumed the office of Presidency, but
Mar 2nd 2017



Battle of Tannenberg
Paul von Hindenburg and his rising staff-officer Erich Ludendorff. Although the battle actually took place near Allenstein (Olsztyn), Hindenburg named it
Apr 22nd 2017



Heinrich Brüning
authority on presidential emergency decrees invoking President Paul von Hindenburg's constitutional powers. Brüning announced his cabinet's resignation on
Apr 22nd 2017



Ogrodzieniec, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
it was renowned as the country residence of German President Paul von Hindenburg, who died there in 1934. It lies in the southwest of the voivodeship
Mar 27th 2017



Tannenberg Memorial
Generalfeldmarschall Paul von Hindenburg, became a national hero, and was later elected Reichsprasident. Dedicated by Hindenburg on the 10th anniversary of
Jan 11th 2017



Herbert Morrison (announcer)
known for his dramatic report of the Hindenburg disaster, a catastrophic fire that destroyed the LZ 129 Hindenburg zeppelin on May 6, 1937, killing 36
Mar 27th 2017



Max Pruss
28 November 1960) was the commanding Captain of the zeppelin, LZ 129 Hindenburg, on its last voyage and a surviving crew member of the disaster. Max
Mar 11th 2017



Ernst A. Lehmann
cancelled important flight tests for the Hindenburg, for a request by the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda for Hindenburg and Graf Zeppelin, to make a propaganda
Mar 3rd 2017



Derfflinger-class battlecruiser
slightly slower. The class comprised three ships: Derfflinger, Lützow, and Hindenburg. All three of the ships saw active service with the High Seas Fleet during
Nov 29th 2016



1932 in Germany
Events in the year 1932 in Germany. President Paul von Hindenburg (Non-partisan) Chancellor Heinrich Brüning (Centre) to 30 May, then from 1 June Franz
Apr 23rd 2017



Hindenburgdamm
The Hindenburgdamm or Hindenburg Dam is an 11 km-long causeway joining the North Frisian island of Sylt to mainland Schleswig-Holstein. Its coordinates
Jan 16th 2016



Kurt von Schleicher
then proposed to Hindenburg President Hindenburg to disperse the Reichstag and rule as a de facto dictator, a course of action Hindenburg rejected. On 28 January 1933
Apr 22nd 2017





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