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Bor·mann

 (bôr′män′), Martin Ludwig 1900-1945.
German Nazi official who served as Hitler's private secretary (1941-1945). He is believed to have committed suicide as the Soviet army entered Berlin.

Bormann

(German ˈbɔrman)
n
(Biography) Martin. 1900–45, German Nazi politician; Hitler's adviser and private secretary (1942–45): committed suicide
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