New Search for Lost Nazi Treasure to Commence in Poland Next Week


A promising new search for what is believed to be a massive cache of riches that were pilfered by the Nazis during World War II is set to commence in Poland next week. The suspected location of the sizeable treasure came to light last summer when researchers uncovered a diary as well as a number of other written materials, including a map, which were purportedly produced by an SS officer responsible for hiding the loot and, until recently, had been held in secret by a Masonic Lodge in Germany. The intriguing works allegedly revealed 11 places in Poland where the Third Reich had stashed enormous amounts of stolen gold and other valuables at the close of WWII. The veracity of those claims will soon be put to the test by way of a tantalizing treasure hunt.

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