Lower Silesia gained nortoriety for during and after WWII as a location where the Nazis concealed goods stolen from wealthy jewish people and museums and galleries around Europe.
Lower Silesia gained nortoriety for during and after WWII as a location where the Nazis concealed goods stolen from wealthy jewish people and museums and galleries around Europe. Image: Pixabay CC0

Nazi diary reveals secret location of WWII treasure under a palace in Poland

A diary was in the possession of a secret society for 75 years and talks of a treasure of 30 tonnes.

Written by a S.S. officer called Waffen Schutzstaffel using the pseudonym “Michaelis,” this journal outlined Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler’s plans to hide stolen European riches, artifacts and priceless works of art, according to Polish news site The First News (TFN). 

Experts have determined that the diary was indeed written at the time of the Second World War, but they have not yet confirmed its authenticity stated Magdalena Tomaszewska, the representative of Ministry of Cultural and National Heritage.

To read more on the journal, its whereabouts and treasure at Live Science.

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