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12 Mysteries Of World War-II Which Are Still Unsolved!

Scorn in the heart gives birth to the wars. It is like a flood taking everything away in a while and leave the destruction behind. 

World War II was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. The war ended with the huge destruction, loss of life and treasures. But there are several mysteries behind the lost things and lives. In 21st century, science has successfully fixed the impossibilities but yet these mysteries of world war-II remain unsolved.  

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12 Mysteries Of World War-II Which Are Still Unsolved!

12 Mysteries Of World War-II Which Are Still Unsolved!

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1. Hitler's Missing Globe.

 1. Hitler's Missing Globe.

Hitler was never seen in any pictures with this huge globe. Hitler's globe is also called the "Columbus globe." There exists a handful of the giant globes in the Berlin history museum but none of these belongs to the Hitler. No body knows where it is lost after world war-II.

2. 'Monuments Men', Europe's lost art collection.

2. 'Monuments Men', Europe's lost art collection.

During world war-II, many soldiers were charged to protect the the European art collection. But it was looted by the Nazis. This lost treasure from Monuments men is still undiscovered.

3. Death of Subhas Chandra Bose.

3. Death of Subhas Chandra Bose.

Subhas Chandra Bose was the leader of Indian National Army During the years of World War-II. There is a question in everyone's mind that how he died? No body has yet discovered his dead body.

4. The Amber room mystery.

4.  The Amber room mystery.

Many of the treasures stolen by the Nazis were never recovered. Among the most valuable is the priceless Amber Room. After the war, the Amber Room was never seen in public again, though reports have occasionally surfaced stating that pieces of the Amber Room survived the war.

5. sinking of the Cap Arcona and Anthem.

5.  sinking of the Cap Arcona and Anthem.

Three days after Hitler's suicide, Cap Arcona was attacked as part of general strikes on shipping in the Baltic Sea by RAF Typhoons. The ship was laden with prisoners. After that attack, nobody found any sign of the ship.

6. Disappearance of Heinrich Muller.

6. Disappearance of Heinrich Muller.

He is the most senior member of the Nazi regime whose fate remains a mystery. Muller was last seen in the bunker on the evening of 1 May 1945, the day after Hitler's suicide. Hans Baur, Hitler's pilot, later quoted Muller as saying, "We know the Russian methods exactly. I haven't the faintest intention of being taken prisoner by the Russians." From that day on wards, no trace of him has ever been found.

7. What happened to Raoul Wallenberg?

7. What happened to Raoul Wallenberg?

He was the Swedish businessman who served people during the world war-II. He was arrested in 1945 by the soviets. What happened to him after that is still a mystery.

8. Baffling Battle of Los Angeles.

8. Baffling Battle of Los Angeles.

It was a rumored enemy attack which took place from late 24 February to early 25 February 1942 over Los Angeles, California. It is also known as The Great Los Angeles Air Raid.

9. Disappearance of Glenn Miller

9. Disappearance of Glenn Miller

During WW-II, on December 15, 1944, Glenn Miller took off from England heading for France. His plane vanished over the English channel. Since that day, Glenn Miller's disappearance has remained a mystery.

10. Flight of Rudolf Hess.

10. Flight of Rudolf Hess.

Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess, on the night of May 10th 1941 took off for Scotland. After five hours, from 900 miles the flight crashed into a field at Floors farm, near the village of Eaglesham on Fenwick Moor. What happened to his flight, is yet undiscovered.

11. Foo fighters.

11. Foo fighters.

Troops on both sides reported seeing these strange, flying balls of light. There is no evidence to explain the existence of these UFOs.

12. Rommel's Treasure.

12. Rommel's Treasure.

$30 million in gold and gems stolen by German forces in North Africa. Sunk off the coast of Corsica it has yet to be recovered.

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