Treasure hunters say they are close to finding £50 BILLION Nazi treasure left behind by Hitler's forces as they fled Czech town in 1945 



Treasure hunters have said they are close to finding a £50billion Nazi treasure left behind by Hilter's forces as they fled a Czech town in 1945.  
Nazi gold fever has struck Štěchovice, 20 miles from the Czech capital Prague, where the hunt is on for chests of diamonds, gold and valuable old masters allegedly left behind by the fleeing Germans in 1945.
A former SS pioneer school was based in the town and, according to amateur sleuth Josef Mužík, claims there are 540 boxes of treasure worth around £50billion at today's prices.
He and his partner claim to have found 'solid evidence' in... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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