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  1. Paul von Hindenburg naît dans l'après-midi du 2 octobre 1847 à Posen (aujourd'hui Poznań en Pologne) en Posnanie, au 7 Bergstrasse.Son père, Robert von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (1816-1902), est militaire depuis 1832 et exerce à l'époque les fonctions de lieutenant du 18 e régiment d'infanterie (de) à Posen.

  2. Paul Ludwig Hans Anton von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (Posen, 2 ottobre 1847 – Gut Neudeck, 2 agosto 1934) è stato un generale e politico tedesco.. Figura importante della prima guerra mondiale, esercitò il comando supremo dell'esercito tedesco sul fronte orientale, ottenendo notevoli vittorie contro i russi.

  3. 12/05/2022 · Paul von Hindenburg was born on 2 October 1847 in Posen, Prussia (now Poznan, Poland) into an aristocratic German family. During an honourable but undistinguished military career, he served in the ...

  4. January 30, 1933. The National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; NSDAP), more commonly known as the Nazi Party, assumes control of the German state when German President Paul von Hindenburg appoints Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler as Chancellor at the head of a coalition government.

  5. Gertrud von Hindenburg (1860-1921), personnalité féminine allemande, épouse du maréchal Paul von Hindenburg ; Oskar von Hindenburg, général allemand et fils de Paul. Divers. LZ 129 Hindenburg, un zeppelin qui a pris feu le 6 mai 1937 ; Ligne Hindenburg, une ligne de défense allemande au nord-est de la France, pendant la Première Guerre ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HindenburgHindenburg - Wikipedia

    Paul von Hindenburg (1847–1934), German general in World War I and president of Germany (1925–1934) Oskar von Hindenburg (1883–1960), German officer, Paul von Hindenburg's son; See also. Hindenburg Bridge, a former railway bridge over the Rhine river destroyed in World War II; Hindenburg Cup, a German aviation prize established in 1928 ...

  7. Prittwitz was promptly replaced as Eighth Army commander by Paul von Hindenburg on 23 August 1914. Hindenburg, and Erich Ludendorff as replacement for Chief of Staff Georg von Waldersee, then destroyed the two invading Russian armies at the Battles of Tannenberg and the Masurian Lakes.

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