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I  am  seeking  any information  someone  may  have on  the  following  man


Walther Christian Gottfried  Bormann.


Walther  was  born on  16th  March  1880  and  served as  a  Chaplain  and  stretcher  bearer in  the  Great  War ,  being awarded the  EK 1st  class .


The only tinformation  I  have is is that he was born in Robel district where his father was a Pastor, August Borrmann born 04.06.1862 in Ned Teschen district, His mother was Margarethe Borrmann nee Klapp born 19.1.1867 in Berant or Beraut district. His younger brother was Martin A Borrmann.


Can  anyone  give me  any information  as  to  when  he  was  awarded  the  EK and  with  whom  he  served.  I  know  its  a long  shot  but  any  help  would  be  greatly  appreciated




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