- (1900–1945) Nazi politician.
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BORMANN, MARTIN° — (1900–?), Nazi leader. Bormann was born in Halberstadt; his family were postal workers. He enlisted in World War I but too late to reach the front. He joined the Nazi Party in 1925, after having been active in right wing organizations and having… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Bormann, Martin — born June 17, 1900, Halberstadt, German Empire died May 1945, Berlin, Ger. German Nazi leader. He joined the Nazi party in 1925 and served as Rudolf Hess s chief of staff (1933–41). He was appointed head of the party chancellery in 1941 and… … Universalium
Bormann, Martin — 1900–1945? A member of the same Freikorps as GOERING and HESS in 1918, Bormann was one of the first recruits to the infant Nazi Party and rose to become its Reichsleiter (national organizer). After the defection of Hess to Britain in May 1941… … Who’s Who in World War Two
Bormann, Martin — ► (1900 45?) Político alemán. Fue uno de los jefes más influyentes del partido nacionalsocialista. Tras la muerte de Hitler, desapareció sin dejar rastro. * * * (17 jun. 1900, Halberstadt, Imperio alemán–may. 1945, Berlín, Alemania). Dirigente… … Enciclopedia Universal
Bormann,Martin Ludwig — Bor·mann (bôrʹmän ), Martin Ludwig. 1900 1945?. German Nazi official who served as Hitler s private secretary (1941 1945). He is believed to have died in May 1945, but the circumstances of his death are unknown. * * * … Universalium
Bormann — Bormann, Martin … Enciclopedia Universal
Martin Bormann — in 1934 Party Minister of the National Socialist German Workers Party In office 30 April – 2 May 1945 … Wikipedia
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Martin Bormann — (né le 17 juin 1900 près de Halberstadt et qui serait décédé officiellement le 2 mai 1945) était un haut dignitaire nazi. Conseiller de Hitler, il devint un des hom … Wikipédia en Français
Martin Adolf Bormann — (born Adolf Martin Bormann on 14 April 1930) is the eldest of ten children of Martin Bormann and the godson of Adolf Hitler. Contents 1 Early life 2 Life as a priest 3 Life after the priesthood … Wikipedia