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Freemasons reveal Nazi treasure map - 11 sites across Poland

 
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Freemasons reveal Nazi treasure map - 11 sites across Poland
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The wartime diary of a Nazi officer which claims hundreds of trucks filled with gold, looted art and valuables are hidden across Poland has been unveiled.

The diary, written by SS officer Egon Ollenhauer, claims Adolf Hitler ordered 260 trucks laden with treasures to be hidden away in 11 locations in Poland to keep them safe from the advancing Soviet Red Army.

Ollenhauer was a key figure in the operation, acting as a link between other SS officers and local aristocrats who wanted to hide their treasures from the Red Army.

According to the diary, which for decades was held by a 1,100-year old masonic lodge in the German town of Quedlinburger, the treasures were taken to 11 locations in Poland.

One location is said to contain 28 tonnes of gold from a branch of the Reichsbank in what was then Breslau, now the Polish city of Wroclaw.

Other locations contain gold coins, medals, jewellery and valuables given to local Nazis by wealthy people for safekeeping.

The diary also says one cache contains 47 works of art thought to be stolen from collections in France, including works by Botticelli, Rubens, Cezanne, Carravagio, Monet, Dürer, Raffael and Rembrandt.

And another stash is said to contain religious objects stolen from around the world in an attempt to find evidence for Hitler's racial theories.
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