Ludendorff


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Ludendorff

Erich Friedrich Wilhelm von . 1865--1937, German general, Hindenburg's aide in World War I
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An invitation to disaster, not one Ludendorff could afford to refuse.
On September 29, General Ludendorff and his nominal superior Field Marshall Paul von Hindenburg met with Kaiser Wilhelm II and asked that a peace proposal be made to President Wilson, without delay, on the basis of his Fourteen Points.
He tells the Amazons about the Great War with the Germans, whose forces are marshalled by ironfisted General Erich Ludendorff (Danny Huston).
Her mother forbids her, but Diana sets sail to the outside world with Steve to battle the evil German general Ludendorff (Danny Huston) and Dr Isabel Maru aka Dr Poison (Elena Anaya) from unleashing a deadly weapon.
Poison (Elena Anaya) and General Erich Ludendorff (Danny Huston.
Diana holds the ancient Greek god of war responsible for the mass carnage and believes he's taken the form of Danny Huston's German general, Ludendorff.
He tells the Amazons about the conflict with the Germans, led by iron-fisted General Erich Ludendorff (Danny Huston).
On the front line, she will face the deadly Doctor Poison (a classic Wonder Woman villain played by Elena Anaya) and the glowering General Erich Ludendorff (ever-dependable baddie Danny Huston).
It caused German General Erich Ludendorff to write: "This is the black day of the German Army.
The villains are, of course, the Germans (Danny Huston as the war-hungry General Erich Ludendorff and Elena Anaya as Doctor Maru/Doctor Poison, his sidekick mad scientist, complete with a half-prosthetic face) but Wonder Woman is convinced that mankind is not plagued by its own greed and appetite for destruction, but instead, is under the influence of Ares, the God of War, whom she sets out to destroy - convinced that if Ares is dead, humans will all turn good again, evil Germans included.
The Germans knew this; with increasing desperation Ludendorff struck at the British, then the French, then at the British again, then at the French once more.
Tannenberg has been remembered in part because the two victorious German commanders, Hindenburg and Ludendorff, later emerged to lead the overall German war effort.