However, the authenticity of the source still need to confirm.

the Recently discovered diary of a German officer during the Second world war describes the 11 possible storage places of treasures of the Nazis.

the document has become known recently, according to the Polish edition of the First News. About 75 years, the diary was kept a Masonic Lodge in the German city of Quedlinburg. In 2019, the members of the Lodge gave it to Polish-German Foundation “Silesian bridge”.

According to the records, a diary kept by the officer of the SS under the pseudonym Michaelis. He disposed of the German transport South West Poland. Michaelis, like many other members of the officer elite of Germany was the Masonic Lodge. He allegedly became aware of the plans of Heinrich Himmler to hide Nazi-looted European treasures. It is estimated that it is about 28 tonnes of gold.

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Michaelis lists 11 places where the Nazis hid the gold, jewels, paintings and other artifacts. One of such places — an abandoned well under the Palace of Hochberg in the village Roztoka on South West Poland. Supposedly there is hidden gold received from the Reichsbank in the Polish city of Breslau (now Wroclaw). It is estimated at billions of euros. The diary included a map that indicated the location of the well. The entrance to it, according to Michaelis, was blown up by the Nazis to disguise.

the Polish Ministry notes that lower Silesia, in which the castle was full of caves, dungeons and mines. During the Second world war, the Nazis are really hiding in this region has a lot of “production”.

the owners of the castle intend to carry out restoration work to save the degraded building. On possible plans to search the well, they have not yet reported.

Anna Lysenko

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