Is underground ‘anomaly’ a trove of Nazi treasure? Filmmaker believes he’s broken code

Featured Image: This annotated score of the composer Gottfried Federlein’s “March Impromptu” could hold the key to finding hidden Nazi treasure. CREDIT: Karl Hammer SOURCE:  World News on NBC.Com (Public Domain)

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By Andy Eckardt, NBC News Producer

MAINZ, Germany – An underground “anomaly” has been discovered in a German town after a filmmaker potentially cracked a code that he believes will lead him to a hidden Nazi treasure.

For decades, a myth has taken root over millions of dollars worth of diamonds and gold bullion, which is rumored to be buried somewhere in Bavaria. Nazi leaders supposedly brought the cache to the “Alpine Fortress” that Heinrich Himmler, head of Adolf Hitler’s dreaded “SS” protection squadron, hoped to erect in southern Germany. . . . Read Complete Report

NAZI Treasure Doc CREDIT Karl Hammer SOURCE www.detranenvandewolf.nl codebrekers uk_(Fair Use)

 

Image: Document with markings. Copyright notice: Karl Hammer has put these documents online for the general public to download them and start their own research. Karl Hammer agrees that these documents may be freely distributed and re-posted, also in news papers and other news media under the condition that he is referred to as the source of this material. SOURCE: Codebreakers.

 

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