One night in 1945 an army friend of my fathers was on guard on the German/Danish border. Being 1945 he was briefed to look out for fugitive Nazi's, and IIRC he had details of some of those "most wanted". He stopped a fugitive who he recognised as being Martin Borman, but a firefight started between the British soldier and Borman and his friends. The soldier was quite certain that he had shot Martin Borman, and killed him. However, he could not recover the body as proof. About 20 years ago I did hear the Canadian Journalist/Broadcaster Milton Shulman speak on this subject on the radio. What he said was, more or less, the same story I had heard. I think Shulman had served in Field Security or Intelligence in NW Europe, so he should know. Anyone know more of this, such as the soldiers name and unit? Have there been any more theories or developments on this topic?