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Von Hindenburg, Paul. Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934) was a German field marshal during World War One and the President of Germany from 1925 until his death. He appeared in the German author Paul Muench’s Hindenburgs Einmarsch in London (1915).

The years before World War One were full of British, French, and Russian scheming devoted to luring Germany into a war, a war which the evil British and their allies intend to utterly destroy Germany’s economic, cultural, and military power. But in 1915 the brave and noble German army defeat the Russians and force them to surrender, and then von Hindenburg leads the German troops across France to Dunkirk, and from there to an invasion of England. The British throw all of their African and Indian troops at the Germans, and only when they are killed do the British take up weapons. But Hindenburg is too clever for the British, and destroys their army and marches into London.

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