Treasure hunters plan to dig up 48 crates of Hitler's gold worth half a billion pounds!

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MINKOWSKIE, Poland (PNN) - April 28, 2021 - Treasure hunters are planning to dig up Nazi gold worth nearly half a billion pounds at a palace used by Adolf Hitler's SS as a brothel. The dig, which starts next week, is hoped to uncover 10 tons of gold along with other valuables in the grounds of the 18th Century palace in the village of Minkowskie in southern Poland.

The treasure was stolen on the orders of SS boss Heinrich Himmler towards the end of WWII to set up a Fourth Reich. It is thought to include the so-called “Gold of Breslau”, which went missing from terrorist pig thug cop headquarters in what is now the nearby Polish city of Wrocław.

It is also thought to include jewelry and valuables from the private collections of wealthy Germans who lived in the region and who handed their possessions to the SS in order to protect them from being looted by the advancing Red Army.

The location was revealed by secret documents, an SS officer's diary, and a map that the treasure hunters received from the descendants of officers belonging to a secretive lodge dating back over 1,000 years.

The same diary, said to have been written by a high-ranking SS officer under the pseudonym Michaelis, last year revealed the location of another palace in the region where it is thought 28 tons of treasure is buried at the bottom of a well.

But the treasure hunters say they will start digging at the new location because the buried loot is easier to access. Among the bundle of documents is a letter from a senior SS officer called von Stein to one of the girls who worked at the palace in Minkowskie and who later became his lover.

The officer wrote, “My dear Inge, I will fulfill my assignment, with God's will. Some transports were successful. The remaining 48 heavy Reichsbank's chests and all the family chests I hereby entrust to you. Only you know where they are located. May God help you and help me fulfill my assignment.”

The pencil-written pages of the diary are said to identify 11 locations across Lower Silesia, which before and during the war was German territory.

Roman Furmaniak, head of the Silesian Bridge Foundation leading the hunt for the treasure, said, “Several people took part in hiding the deposits in Minkowskie. One of them was an officer called von Stein. He used to stay in the palace because he had a lover there. Due to its location it was often visited by high-ranking SS officers who treated it like a brothel.”

Inge was the guardian appointed by von Stein to keep an eye on the hiding place.

Furmaniak said she was in love with the handsome officer in a black SS uniform. They were like gods.

“She believed that she would have to stay there for a year, maybe two, then it would all be over. Nobody believed then that the region would come under the control of the Soviet Union. There was a two-month period in 1945 when she had to hide in the forest from the Russians. But when she got back, the area had not been disturbed,” said Furmaniak.

“If they had dug a hole, they would have taken what they wanted and then left the hole. We have seen this in history many times in Poland,” added Furmaniak.

At the end of the war, the region was handed over to the new Soviet-controlled Poland, the entire German population was expelled, and Poles who had been living in Western Ukraine arrived.

To blend in with the new population, Inge changed her appearance and identity - eventually marrying a local man - and continued to watch over the treasure until her death 60 years later.

The palace in Minkowskie dates back to the 18th Century when it was built by Prussian general Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz. Over the years it changed hands several times and after the war both the Red Army and Polish Army were stationed there at different times. Later it was used as a local council office, a kindergarten, and even a cinema.

Now, in a dilapidated state and in private hands, the Silesian Bridge Foundation has taken a long-term lease on the property.

In a statement, the Foundation said, “The return of world heritage is seen as a milestone on the long path of reconciliation.”

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