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  2. Gertrud von Hindenburg - Wikipedia

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    Gertrud Wilhelmine von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (née von Sperling; 4 December 1860 – 14 May 1921) was a German noblewoman and philanthropist. She was the wife of Paul von Hindenburg, the Chief of the German Army Command in the second half of the First World War and President of Germany from 1925. [citation needed] Biography [ edit]

  3. Gertrud von Hindenburg – Wikipedia

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    Gertrud Wilhelmine von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (* 4. Dezember 1860 in Magdeburg; † 14. Mai 1921 in Hannover) war eine deutsche Adelige und Philanthropin. Sie war die Ehefrau von Paul von Hindenburg, dem Chef der Deutschen Heeresleitung in der zweiten Hälfte des Ersten Weltkriegs und späteren deutschen Reichspräsidenten (1925–1934).

  4. Gertrud Hindenburg (December 4, 1860 — March 14, 1921 ...

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    Gertrud von Hindenburg was the daughter of the Prussian Major General Oskar von Sperling (1814-1872) and his wife Pauline of Klass. Career She was the wife of Paul von Hindenburg, the Chief of the German Army Command in the second half of the First World War and President of Germany.

  5. Gertrud Von Hindenburg - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Gertrud von Rödern zu Krappitz-Bergck (born von Hindenburg) was born on month day 1922, at birth place, to Oskar Wilhelm Robert Paul Ludwig Hellmuth von Beneckendorf und Hindenburg (born von Hindenburg) and Margarethe von Beneckendorf und Hindenburg (born von Marenholtz).

  6. Gertrud von Hindenburg (1860-1921) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    First buried here? As died before her husband…. Removed to avoid reactions of Russian communist army's invasion on west front at the end of WW II Husband's bio should be updated. See # 44644832

  7. Gertrud von Hindenburg (von Sperling), von (1860 - 1921 ...

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    Gertrude von von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg (born Sperling) in FamilySearch Family Tree Gertrud Wilhelmine Von Beneckendorff Und Von Hindenburg, Reichspräsident Der Weimarer Republik (1919-1933) (born Von Sperling) in MyHeritage family trees (Lages von Sperling Web Site)

  8. Gertrud Wilhelmine von Sperling von Hindenburg (1860-1921 ...

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    Gertrud Wilhelmine. von Sperling. von Hindenburg. Daughter of Oskar von Sperling (1814-1872) and his wife Ehefrau Pauline von Sperling, nee von Klass. Originally buried with her husband at the Tannenberg Memorial in Königsberg (Prussia), Hitler had the remains brought to Germany as the Red Army approached in spring of 1945.

  9. Gertrud von Beneckendorff u.Hindenburg (1922 - d.) - Genealogy

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    Gertrud von Beneckendorff u.Hindenburg. Birthdate: November 08, 1922. Birthplace: Hannover. Death: Immediate Family: Daughter of Oskar* Wilhelm von Hindenburg and Margarethe Freiin von Marenholtz. Wife of Max-Erdmann Graf von Roedern, Freiherr zu Krappitz und Herr zu Bergck.

  10. Gertrud Hindenburg - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Gertrud married Paul Ludwig Hans Anton von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg on month day 1879, at age 18. Paul was born on October 2 1847, in Posen, Kreis Posen, Posen. They had 3 children: Annemarie Barbara Ilse Margarethe Ursula von Beneckendorff und von Petz (born Hindenburg) and 2 other children .

  11. Paul von Hindenburg - Wikipedia

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    Hindenburg as a major general of the General Staff in 1897 In 1873 he passed in the highly competitive entrance examination for admission to the Kriegsakademie in Berlin. [8] After three years of study, his grades were high enough for an appointment with the General Staff.