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Hindenburg is a German name, used for people and places.
The word may also refer to:
- Carl Hindenburg (1741–1808), mathematician
- Oskar von Hindenburg (1883–1960), Paul von Hindenburg's son
- Paul von Hindenburg (1847–1934), German general in World War I and president of Germany (1925–1934)
- Hindenburg, Saxony-Anhalt, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
- The Hindenburg Line, a German defensive line on the Western front during the First World War
- Hindenburg Range, mountain range in Papua New Guinea
- Hindenburgdamm, a rail causeway linking the island of Sylt to northern Germany
- Hindenburg in East Prussia, formerly Gross Friedrichsgraben, in the Landkreis of Labiau near Königsberg
- Hindenburg, Upper Silesia, from 1915 to 1945 the name of the city now called Zabrze
In media and entertainment
- LZ 129 Hindenburg, airship
- Hindenburg, an icebreaker sunk by a mine on 12 March 1918
- SMS Hindenburg, battlecruiser built for the Imperial German Navy in 1917
- SS Columbus, a German liner originally named SS Hindenburg
In other uses
- Hindenburg Omen, a signal indicating a possible stock market crash, named after the Hindenburg disaster
- The Hindenburg Program, a German armament program during World War I
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