August Borms  

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August Borms (14 April 1878 in Sint-Niklaas – 12 April 1946 in Etterbeek) was a Flemish nationalist politician active in Belgium during the first half of the twentieth century. He belonged to the far right of the Flemish movement. Borms collaborated with Germany during both the First and Second World Wars and was sentenced to death at the end of each conflict. He was not however executed until 1946, having had his sentence quashed the first time.

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