Coins from the treasure of the SS were found in the Polish palace

(ORDO NEWS) — German coins minted during the Second World War were discovered in Poland on the grounds of an 18th-century palace.

Information about the event was published by the Silesian Bridge Foundation. This organization is engaged in searching for lost German gold.

On one of the plots next to the palace, where research was conducted, workers were engaged in clearing the land. It is worth noting that the palace is located in the village of Minkivsk, in the Opole Voivodeship.

They managed to find six Reichsbank pfennigs, on which the swastika was depicted. The coins were produced in 1942, 1944 and 1945.

The head of the study is Bart Zelaitis. He said that this find is an excellent proof that the Nazis were in these territories.

It is worth paying attention to the fact that at the end of spring, researchers found a metal canister that was buried at a depth of about 10 meters in the greenhouse, which is located in the ancient palace park.

Scientists are sure that it was in this place that all the treasures that were stolen on the orders of the head of the SS, Heinrich Himmler, were hidden. It is not excluded that “Breslau Gold” may be located here.

They have been trying to find this treasure for more than 70 years. Scientists say that the value of the treasure can reach several hundred million dollars.

Rich Germans wanted to protect their treasures from the Red Army, and therefore transferred their property to the SS. This is a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party of Germany, which existed during the Second World War.

The location of the treasure was revealed in secret documents. The location is also described in considerable detail in a diary left by an SS officer. There is even a map with the exact location of the treasure.

A high-ranking SS officer left diary entries mentioning the palace. There is a well on its territory. It was in it that the treasure was hidden, the total weight of which reaches almost 28 tons.


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