Bormann


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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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The domestic air travel market in Germany will face growth challenges due to 'flight shaming', according to Lufthansa's Hub Munich CEO, Wilken Bormann. In an exclusive interview at Lufthansa's second-largest hub in Munich, Bormann told this correspondent he believed flight shaming will have an impact on Lufthansa flights within Germany.
Sydney teacher, Paul Looyen, Rachel Alison Schnitzerling from Brisbane and Coffs Harbours Chris Bormann were selected by ANSTO and the Australian Science Teachers Association, (ASTA) to attend the programme.
Brickman was involved in a mission to catch Martin Bormann, one of the heads of the German Nazi regime.
Martin Bormann was the subject of one of the biggest manhunts in history.
the plane bounced and screeched and bounced more and lifted to the right and then it lifted to the left," Cheryl Bormann, a defense attorney who was on board the flight, told CNN.
A passenger on board the plane, attorney Cheryl Bormann, told CNN in an interview that the flight, which had been four hours late in departing, made a "really hard landing" in Jacksonville amid thunder and lightning.
For the first time, Lufthansa is operating the Airbus A350-900 to South America, the most modern and environmentally friendly long-haul aircraft in the world," said Wilken Bormann, CEO Lufthansa Hub Munich.
Bormann sold the pies the entire night and did a fabulous job raising funds for the school!
Bormann's telegraph, eleven hundred hours, Hitler dead.
The WWF's Tatjana von Bormann wants to keep these climate killers from being created in the first place.
"However, when Reichminister Martin Bormann discovered her lack of 'pure' German blood, he forbade mother and daughter access to the Berghof."
Plaim's images of Eva Braun come from finding torn fragments in the bin, whilst Dohring sheds light on Martin Bormann's demeanour.