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PAUL VON HINDENBURG (1847–1934), the son of Prussian aristocrats, joined the army in 1865 and served at the Battle of Königgrätz and in the Franco-Prussian War. Recalled out of retirement in 1914 he went on to become a much revered hero of the Great War. After the war he served as the President of Germany until his death in 1934.