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Paul von Hindenburg

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All we know is that, at times, fighting the Russians, we had to remove the piles of enemy bodies from before our trenches, so as to get a clear field of fire against new waves of assault.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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I also believed that our public at home would be strong enough to survive even the present crisis.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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I believed that our own public would keep this in mind even in this serious crisis, and stand firm if only we at the front continued to stand firm too.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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In spite of certain distressing but isolated occurrences in the last battle, I certainly hoped that the Army would be in a position to continue to hold out.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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In the account book of the Great War the page recording the Russian losses has been ripped out. The figures are unknown. Five millions, or eight? We ourselves know not.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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It does not seem to me to be sufficiently recognized everywhere among the officials that the existence or non-existence of our people and Empire is at stake.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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It is impossible for our working people to maintain their full strength if they do not succeed in obtaining a sufficient supply of fat, allotted to them on a proper basis.

— Paul von Hindenburg

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) was also renamed after him in 1915. "The Government of Barons" as Papen's government was known openly had as its objective the destruction of German democracy. Hitler amended the bill to meet Hindenburg’s objections.

) was also renamed after him in 1915. He dissolved the parliament twice in 1932 and eventually appointed Hitler as Chancellor in January 1933. Though 84 years old and in poor health Hindenburg was persuaded to run for re-election in 1932 as he was considered the only candidate who could defeat Adolf Hitler.

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