The Poles found the diary of an SS officer, which indicates the whereabouts of Nazi gold


In Poland, the diary of a former German SS officer, under the pseudonym Michaelis, was discovered, revealing the whereabouts of values ​​that belonged to the Third Reich at one time. It is reported by the British newspaper The First News.


The document includes a description of eleven places on the territory of Opole and Lower Silesia (Poland), where SS valuables can be hidden, including gold products, religious objects and bank deposits, as well as works of art from Poland, Germany, Russia, France and Belgium . In particular, in the Hochberg Palace in Rostock, 28 tons of gold belonging to the Nazis can be hidden. Valuable items, judging by the diary entries, lie at a depth of 60 meters in an abandoned well in the palace.

In other places indicated in the document, there are artifacts and jewelry belonging to Himmler’s organization “Anenerbe” (“Ancestral Heritage”), as well as paintings stolen in European countries, including, possibly, the “Portrait of a Young Man” lost by Poland by Raphael.

The existence of Michaelis' diary became known not so long ago, when a fund in Opole called “Silesian Bridge” published information on receiving a document from its German partners. The Germans planned to present the diary to the people of Poland as an apology for World War II.
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  1. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 3 June 2020 09: 34
    +3
    Subsidies cut, pans are looking for new sources of financing winked

  2. Bitter Offline Bitter
    Bitter (Gleb) 3 June 2020 10: 12
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    Silesian Bridge has published information on receiving a document from its German partners.
    ... a gift to the people of Poland as an apology ....

    Inspired.

    Everything is already stolen there before us!

    lol
  3. Cheburashk Offline Cheburashk
    Cheburashk (Vladimir) 3 June 2020 10: 21
    +2
    The Germans planned to present the diary to the people of Poland as an apology for World War II.

    Oh, the Germans made fun. If the Germans made such a gift, then for a long time (if there was) nothing was already there! laughing
  4. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 3 June 2020 11: 14
    +2
    Thirst for freebies eats brain! Yes, they have a lot of such freebie neighbors there.
  5. wassermine Offline wassermine
    wassermine (Dejan Baric) 4 June 2020 14: 06
    0
    I do not believe. Some nonsense