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    old fashioned german

    hi,

    here is a portrait of an old-fashined german.

    anyone here who can identify him ?

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    Bismark?

    Regardless - great job!
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    Chancellor ???? I like the brevity of line used to convey all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnburner View Post
    Bismark?

    Regardless - great job!
    hi,

    close, but not correct.
    the person i've drawn was a president, not a chancellor.

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    hehe hows this? Paul_von_Hindenburg

    He died in office 1934

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    Hi,

    Correct.

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    Great drawing gpf
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    Oh Bobby, before i find out how was his name spelled you posted.... ok... my choice was Hindenburg also... always will remember his balloon ship that burst into pieces on it's first flight and all this happened in front of the crowds. Had a lot of fun with this.

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    Hi,

    it wasn't his ship.

    The "Hindenburg" was a Zeppelin, and was named "hindenburg" to honor the already dead Paul von Hindenburg.

    befor the accident, the hindenburg caried out more then 3000 hours of flight, with 17 flights across the atlantic ocean, and countles other flights

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