Bormann

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Bormann is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Eugen Bormann (1842–1917), German-Austrian historian
  • Juana Bormann (1893–1945), or Johana Bormann, German SS Nazi concentration camp prison guard executed for war crimes
  • Ernst Bormann (1897–1960), German World War I flying ace and World War II Luftwaffe general
  • Two siblings prominent in the German Nazi Party:
    • Martin Bormann (1900–1945), Adolf Hitler's private secretary, tried in absentia, his remains were not identified until 1972
    • Albert Bormann (1902–1989), adjutant to Adolf Hitler
  • Ernest Bormann (1925–2008), American academic in speech-communication
  • F. Herbert Bormann (1922–2012), American plant ecologist
  • Martin Adolf Bormann (1930–2013), German theologian and Roman Catholic priest, son of Martin Bormann
  • Michael Bormann (born 1966), German rock vocalist
  • Cheryl Bormann (fl. 2008), US attorney for a Guantanamo detainee
  • John Bormann (born 1993), American baseball player

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