Hermann Dörnemann (27 May 1893 – 2 March 2005) of Germany was hailed in the press as the oldest living man in the world upon the death of 113-year-old American Fred Hale on 19 November 2004. Not until Hale's death, however, did Dörnemann's family offer documentation to the Guinness World Records or to a supercentenarian researcher, and at that point the claim of Puerto Rican Emiliano Mercado del Toro was put forward too with documentation that he was born in 1891, almost two years earlier, which was subsequently accepted as well. Dörnemann was born in Essen.

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  • Hermann Dörnemann (27 May 1893 – 2 March 2005) of Germany was hailed in the press as the oldest living man in the world upon the death of 113-year-old American Fred Hale on 19 November 2004. Not until Hale's death, however, did Dörnemann's family offer documentation to the Guinness World Records or to a supercentenarian researcher, and at that point the claim of Puerto Rican Emiliano Mercado del Toro was put forward too with documentation that he was born in 1891, almost two years earlier, which was subsequently accepted as well. Dörnemann was born in Essen. Dörnemann was recognized by the German government as Germany's oldest person for half a year, following the death of fellow 111-year-old Lina Zimmer on 28 August 2004, until his death in Düsseldorf. He remains the oldest verified German-born man ever. Dörnemann credited his longevity to drinking "a beer a day." (en)
  • Hermann Dörnemann (ur. 27 maja 1893 w Essen, zm. 2 marca 2005 w Düsseldorfie) – Niemiec, znany z długowieczności. (pl)
  • Hermann Dörnemann (27 mei 1893 – 2 maart 2005) was een Duits man die verondersteld werd de oudste man van de wereld te zijn na de dood van Fred Hale op 19 november 2004. In tussentijd werd bekend dat Emiliano Mercado del Toro de oudste mens ter wereld was. Hij was 2 jaar ouder dan Dörnemann. Dörnemann was wel de oudste levende man van Europa, voor zover bekend, en vermoedelijk de oudste veteraan die nog voor de Centrale Mogendheden heeft gevochten in de Eerste Wereldoorlog. (nl)
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  • Hermann Dörnemann (ur. 27 maja 1893 w Essen, zm. 2 marca 2005 w Düsseldorfie) – Niemiec, znany z długowieczności. (pl)
  • Hermann Dörnemann (27 mei 1893 – 2 maart 2005) was een Duits man die verondersteld werd de oudste man van de wereld te zijn na de dood van Fred Hale op 19 november 2004. In tussentijd werd bekend dat Emiliano Mercado del Toro de oudste mens ter wereld was. Hij was 2 jaar ouder dan Dörnemann. Dörnemann was wel de oudste levende man van Europa, voor zover bekend, en vermoedelijk de oudste veteraan die nog voor de Centrale Mogendheden heeft gevochten in de Eerste Wereldoorlog. (nl)
  • Hermann Dörnemann (27 May 1893 – 2 March 2005) of Germany was hailed in the press as the oldest living man in the world upon the death of 113-year-old American Fred Hale on 19 November 2004. Not until Hale's death, however, did Dörnemann's family offer documentation to the Guinness World Records or to a supercentenarian researcher, and at that point the claim of Puerto Rican Emiliano Mercado del Toro was put forward too with documentation that he was born in 1891, almost two years earlier, which was subsequently accepted as well. Dörnemann was born in Essen. (en)
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