The most characteristic of Prussian institutions is the Hindenburg line.
Part of the Hindenburg line had been taken, and part was still in the hands of the enemy.
The taking of Laffaux Mill, a point of vital importance to the enemy, meant the gain of a valuable portion of the Hindenburg line.
The Hindenburg line, which faced us, was notoriously strong.
The Germans say that "there is no Hindenburg line," and in one respect at least they are correct.
It was the section between Peronne and the old Hindenburg line.
To thank God for that masterpiece of bold cunning, the Hindenburg line?
By dint of straining, we discovered a little animal—or so it looked—crawling forward on the far side of the Hindenburg line.
A second Hindenburg line has been set up, and seems harder to pierce than the first.
We decided to send a message, giving roughly the news that the Hindenburg line and N—— had been taken.