Criminal Action against Martin Bormann on Charge of Murder
File Index No. Js 11/61 (GStA Ffm.), April 4, 1973:
Although nature has placed limits on human powers of recognition (BGHZ Vol. 36, pp. 379-393-NJW 1962, 1505), it is proved with certainty that the two skeletons found on the Ulap fairgrounds in Berlin on December 7 and 8, 1972, are identical with the accused Martin Bormann and Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger.
The accused and Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger died in Berlin in the early hours of the morning of May 2, 1945 -- sometime between 1:30 and 2:30 A.M.
XII. Further Measures
1. The search for Martin Bormann is officially terminated....
|17 Jun 1900
||Martin Bormann born, Halberstadt Germany.
||Imprisoned for one year.
||Appointed an NSDAP Reichsleiter.
|19 Aug 1942
||"The Slavs are to work for us. In so far as we do not need them, they may die. Slav fertility is not desirable."
|1 Jul 1943
||Assigns the Jewish Question to Adolf Eichmann.
|1 May 1945
||Adolf Hitler commits suicide, Fuhrerbunker, Berlin.
|2 May 1945
||Martin Bormann dies, Berlin.
||Martin Bormann "spotted" in an Italian monastery.
||Wife, Gerda, dies of cancer, South Tyrol.
|1 Oct 1946
||Martin Bormann sentenced to death at Nuremberg Trials, in absentia.
|7 Dec 1972
||Skeletons of Martin Bormann and Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger found, Ulap Fairgrounds, Berlin. Identified by Dr. Reidar F. Sognnaes using dental records of Bormann's dentist, Prof. Hugo Blaschke.
|4 Apr 1973
||Martin Bormann declared dead by Frankfurt State Prosecutor.