I'm looking for information of the Battle of Worms (436). Exactly, did Flavius Aetius and/or Attila command or fight on it?
Wikipedia page on Aetius, under the "Battles/wars" column, mentions only a "Sack of Worms" without any further link, and main article about Aetius is vague about it:
In 436, the Burgundians of King Gundacar were defeated and obliged to accept peace by Aetius and Avitus; however, the following year he sent Hunnic foederati to destroy them.
Wiki on Worms city is more explicit:
Provoked by Burgundian raids against Roman settlements, the combined Romano-Hunnic army destroyed the Burgundian army at the Battle of Worms (436), killing King Gunther.
Wikipedia article on King Gunther:
Burgundian raids into Roman upper Gallia Belgica became intolerable and were ruthlessly brought to an end in 436, when the Roman general Flavius Aetius called in Hun mercenaries who overwhelmed the Rhineland kingdom (with its capital at the old Celtic Roman settlement of Borbetomagus, now called Worms) in 437.
436 year article on Wikipedia:
Flavius Aetius, Roman general (magister militum), attended to put an end to Burgundian raids in Gaul. He called in Hun mercenaries under command of Attila and his brother Bleda, which plunder Augusta Vangionum, killing some 20,000 Burgundians. The Kingdom of the Burgundians is destroyed, king Gunther and his family are killed.
Attila's article (again on Wikipedia) doesn't mention anything like that, only his link with Etzel character in the Nibelungenlied.
Searching for more information on Internet, I found every possible version of the battle: Both Aetius and Attila were present, only one, neither, or there was no battle at all.
I'm interested in this because supposedly it's the basis of the Nibelungenlied.
Was there a battle at Worms around 436 between Burgundians and Romans (or Huns)? Did Flavius Aetius or Attila fight on it?