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The search for “gold train” of the Third Reich: new details

Поиски «золотого поезда» Третьего Рейха: новые подробностиIn the spring of 2017, the Polish archaeologists continue searching for the “gold train” of the Third Reich.

Amazing news that part with the stolen gold and the value of cultural heritage was found between Wroclaw and Valbiom distributed archaeologists-lovers Peter Koper and Andreas Richter.

According to them they were able to detect under ground a train, apparently trapped there after a massive bombing of the Second world war.

The findings arrived by the researchers, as well as the necessary equipment for the conduct of safe excavation. The work was carried out over several weeks, but to confirm the sensational news and is not removed. At least this was reported by Andrzej Gaik directly involved in breakthrough work.

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Local legend has it that the German occupiers after he realized that the war they can not win, decided all the loot well hidden. For this they loaded up with jewels a train of nine wagons. In advance for these purposes forces of the Polish workers, who upon completion of the work was shot, was dug a huge tunnel with a length of 65 kilometers between rail line from wrocław to Wałbrzych. It went the Third Reich back in 1944. Reaching inside, was littered with fallen dirt and stone rocks as a result of the massive bombing of the adjacent areas of the Soviet aviation. Since then I have been searching for lost riches, but in vain.

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Поиски «золотого поезда» Третьего Рейха: новые подробности
Поиски «золотого поезда» Третьего Рейха: новые подробности

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