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The Hunt for Martin Bormann: The Truth (Pen & Sword Paperback)

by Charles Whiting

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On the night of 1 May 1945 the most powerful man in Germany after Hitler, Martin Bormann, left the Fiihrerbunker
beneath the ruined Chancellery building and scurried along the streets of a dying Nazi Bedin. He was running for his life, groups of Russian soldiers were everywhere and Bormann was captured. He escaped and was never seen alive again. Charles Whiting has interviewed all the leading participants involved in the numerous hunts for Martin Bormann since 1945. He has been 'sighted' in a dozen different countries over three continents. The most recent claim to be made is that he was kidnapped by the son of Churchill's doctor and Lt Commander Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond, to spend the rest of his life in quiet retirement in the English Home Counties. ( )
  BiblioLorenzoLodi | Nov 7, 2014 |
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