Foreign News: Our Hindenburg

The Educational Department of the Ufa Co., Germany's great cinema combine, turned from filming the lives of butterflies, bugs, reptilia, to the career of General Feldmarschall Paul Ludwig Hans von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg, President of the German Reich.

Herr Hindenburg, as democratic Teutons prefer to call him, is the "best known soldier in the world," according to Emil Ludwig, able, German biographer. Fame came to him after the battle of the Masurian Lakes, when Berliners paid exorbitant prices for the honor of driving nails and other scraps of iron into his well-known wooden...

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