Definition of Hindenburg Line in English:

Hindenburg Line

Syllabification: Hin·den·burg Line
Pronunciation: /ˈhindənbərɡ ˌlīn
 
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(In World War I) a German fortified line of defense on the Western Front to which Paul von Hindenburg directed retreat and which was not breached until near the end of the war. Also called Siegfried Line.

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