Generalmajor Ulrich Bormann
Born: 25 Jun 1885 in Glatz
Died: 14 Jan 1972 in Geisenheim
Promotions:
Fahnenjunker-Unteroffizier (26 Sep 1904); Fähnrich (15 Dec 1904); Leutnant (19 Oct 1905); Oberleutnant (05 Aug 1914); Hauptmann (18 Aug 1915); Charakter als Major (24 Jan 1920); Major a.D. (01 Oct 1933); Oberstleutnant a.D. (15 May 1934); Oberstleutnant (E) (05 Mar 1935); Oberst (E) (01 Jun 1938); Oberst (01 Jun 1941); Generalmajor (30 Jan 1945)
Career:
Entered Army Service (16 May 1904)
Fahnenjunker in the 32nd Infantry-Regiment (16 May 1904-01 Dec 1914)
Detached to War School Glogau (00 Nov 1904-00 Jun 1905)
Regiments-Adjutant of the 32nd Infantry-Regiment (01 Feb 1914-08 Aug 1914)
With the Regiment in the Field (08 Aug 1914-30 Aug 1915)
Temporary-Adjutant of the 205th Infantry-Brigade (30 Aug 1915-28 Feb 1916)
Transferred to the Replacement-Battalion of the 32nd Infantry-Regiment and Detached to the General-Command of the XI. Army-Corps (28 Feb 1916-01 Apr 1916)
Detached to the Replacement Army General Staff (01 Apr 1916-23 Aug 1916)
Transferred to Army High Command Mackensen (23 Aug 1916-18 Dec 1916)
Transferred into a General-Staff-Office with the Rumanian Military Command (18 Dec 1916-28 Apr 1917)
Transferred into a General-Staff-Office with the 9th Landwehr-Division (28 Apr 1917-09 Sep 1917)
Detached to General-Staff-Courses in Sedan (14 Jun 1917-21 Jun 1917)
Transferred into a General-Staff-Office of the XXIV. Reserve-Corps (09 Sep 1917-21 Nov 1917)
At the same time, Detached to the Artillery-Commander of the 225th Infantry-Division (16 Oct 1917-29 Oct 1917)
Transferred to the Army General Staff while retaining his previous command (21 Nov 1917-13 Dec 1917)
Transferred into the General-Staff of Stage-Inspection 18 (13 Dec 1917-04 Jan 1919)
Transferred for Special Duties to Army High Command 18 (04 Jan 1919-08 Feb 1919)
Transferred into the 32nd Infantry-Regiment (08 Feb 1919-25 Feb 1919)
Transferred the Reconnaissance-Staff of Staging-Command 18 at Breslau (25 Feb 1919-01 Apr 1919)
Director of the Dissolving-Command of Staging-Inspection 18 at Breslau (01 Apr 1919-01 Aug 1919)
Transferred back to the 32nd Infantry-Regiment (01 Aug 1919-24 Jan 1920)
Retired (24 Jan 1923)
Landwehr-Employee (01 Apr 1922)
Border-Protection-Agent with the Commander Glogau (01 Apr 1922-30 Nov 1923)
Retired (30 Nov 1923)
Landwehr-Employee (01 Feb 1925)
Border-Protection-Agent with the Commander Neuhammer (01 Feb 1925-01 Oct 1928)
Agent for Army-Training in Military-District-Command III (01 Oct 1928-01 Oct 1933)
Entered Army Service as a Territorial-Officer (01 Oct 1933); Supplemental-Officer (05 Mar 1935); Active-Officer (01 Jun 1941)
Advisor for Border-Protection in Military-District-Command III (01 Oct 1933-01 Jan 1935)
Commander of the Reichswehr-Recruitment-Office Hirschberg, Silesia (01 Jan 1935-01 May 1935)
Commander of Military-District-Command Landsberg (01 May 1935-06 Oct 1936)
Detached to Course for Military-District0Commanders on the Troop-Exercise-Grounds Neuhammer (14 Oct 1935-26 Oct 1935)
Commander of Military-District-Command Hirschberg, Silesia (06 Oct 1936-18 Aug 1941)
Detached to Military-District-Command St. Pölten (14 Aug 1938-10 Sep 1938)
Detached to the Field-Replacement-Regiment C/2 (18 Aug 1941-25 Sep 1941)
Führer-reserve – Military-District-Command VIII and Detached to the 128th Infantry-Replacement-Regiment (25 Sep 1941-10 Mar 1942)
Delegated with the Leadership of the 128th Infantry-Replacement-Regiment (10 Mar 1942-06 Jul 1942)
Führer-Reserve – Military-District-Command VIII (06 Jul 1942-15 Sep 1942)
Detached to the Staff of the Commanding General of Security-Troops and Commander of Army-Group-Area B (15 Sep 1942-16 Nov 1942)
Field Commandant 198, at the same time, was Battle-Commandant and Leader of the Defence-Sections of the 1st Panzer-Army and 6th Army (16 Nov 1942-26 Aug 1944)
Leader of Battle-Group Bormann (26 Aug 1944-20 Sep 1944)
Commander of the Rear Army Area 593 (20 Sep 1944-10 May 1945)
In captivity (10 May 1945-31 Oct 1947)
Released (31 Oct 1947)

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