It was his own last remark, the words he addressed to Bormann.
"As far as I can remember, it happened three times," was Bormann's answer.
Cutting-tool for opening the Bormann fuze, one in each box of shell and shrapnel.
In this respect the Bormann fuze has an advantage over the ordinary fuze.
His voice rose in an attempt to achieve decisiveness, "Lieutenant Bormann, prepare to attack."
This fuse was superseded by one invented by General Bormann of Belgium, which greatly added to the value of case shot.
Bormann rose to leave, but the commissioner put out a hand to stop him.