Two men claim to have found the a Nazi Train that disappeared at the end of World War II. It is supposed to be full with gold and other treasures.
A train that disappeared in 1945 full with Nazi loot from the eastern German city of Breslau has been found. At least this is what two men have claimed in Poland. A law firm representing a German and Polish treasure hunter has filed a claim with at the district of Walbrzych in order to get the 10% finders fee.
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The officials are currently investigating.
"Lawyers, the army, the police and the fire brigade are dealing with this," Marika Tokarska, an official at the Walbrzych district council, told Reuters. "The area has never been excavated before and we don’t know what we might find."
The locals tell a story that the Nazi train was hidden in a tunnel near Ksiaz Castle in the lower Sielsan region. The Germans closed the tunnel and the location was somehow lost.
The Nazis have used several trains at the end of World War II to extract loot from the conquered areas before the allied forces moved in.
According to the latest reports out of Poland the train found is armored. The lawyer representing the treasure hunters compared the find to discovery of the Titanic wreck in a radio interview.
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