Train Allegedly Found With 300 Tonnes of Nazi Gold

Train Allegedly Found With 300 Tonnes of Nazi Gold
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According to a Polish report, two men found a train full of Nazi gold, jewels, guns and various gems. They demanded 10% of the total for finding the armoured train. This train has been lost since after the Second World War and it was last seen near Ksiaz castle which was near the modern city of Wroclaw. 

Marika Tokarska, an official at the district court in Walbrzych, has told to the media that the lawyers and police officers are working on the case and any more evidences will be reported immediately

Marika Tokarska, an official at the district court in Walbrzych, has told to the media that the lawyers and police officers are working on the case and any more evidences will be reported immediately

Previous searches for the train has been fruitless and it is confirmed that along with 300 tonnes of gold, the train contains various hazardous materials that were utilized in the Second World War.

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Historians and police officials congratulate the two men who found the train

Historians and police officials congratulate the two men who found the train
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And if the claims turn out to be true, they will indeed receive the cut that they demanded.

This train was reportedly 150m long and the gold inside must cost nearly 1 billion dollars in today's time

This train was reportedly 150m long and the gold inside must cost nearly 1 billion dollars in today's time
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The train had gone missing in 1945, and since the two finders claim the contents of the train, they are being monitored very closely

A local historian, Joanna Lamparska, also says that this train went into a tunnel and that's how it disappeared

A local historian, Joanna Lamparska, also says that this train went into a tunnel and that's how it disappeared
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So there's no telling what more they can find if they dig in deeper into that area