Treasure hunters discover Swastika-marked coins that prove Hitler’s men WERE at Polish palace


Treasure hunters looking for Nazi gold within the grounds of an 18th century palace in Poland have discovered a scattering of WWII-era German coins.

The six Reichsbank pfennigs clearly marked with Swastikas have been uncovered at the palace within the village of Minkowskie as employees cleared away earth from one among three places below investigation.

Dated 1942, 1944, and 1945, every of the coins price one pfennig is stamped with the title Reichsbank, which was the central financial institution of the German Reich from 1876 till 1945.

Posting the discover on YouTube, Bart Zelaytys from the Silesian Bridge Basis which is main the hunt stated: ‘The fellows have been working at this location sorting the sand and we now have a small discover proper right here.

‘We have now acquired six pfennigs, Reich pfennigs, and as you’ll be able to see the years are from 1942 to 1945.

‘We acquired some Swastikas. So what does it imply? Nicely, Nazis have been right here. They have been right here. We all know for certain.’

Bart Zelaytys shows the six coins found in Minkowskie in the palm of his hand

Bart Zelaytys shows the six coins found in Minkowskie in the palm of his hand

Bart Zelaytys reveals the six coins present in Minkowskie within the palm of his hand

Mr Zelaytys (pictured) and his team found a metal canister buried 30 feet below the surface of an old orangery at the ruins of a palace in Poland

Mr Zelaytys (pictured) and his team found a metal canister buried 30 feet below the surface of an old orangery at the ruins of a palace in Poland

Mr Zelaytys (pictured) and his workforce discovered a metallic canister buried 30 toes under the floor of an outdated orangery at the ruins of a palace in Poland

The six Nazi-era coins were found next to what Zelaytys described as a 'small water fount' (pictured, centre)

The six Nazi-era coins were found next to what Zelaytys described as a 'small water fount' (pictured, centre)

The six Nazi-era coins have been discovered subsequent to what Zelaytys described as a ‘small water fount’ (pictured, centre)

The six coins, worth one pfennig, or penny, were manufactured between 1942 and 1945

The six coins, worth one pfennig, or penny, were manufactured between 1942 and 1945

The six coins, price one pfennig, or penny, have been manufactured between 1942 and 1945

In Might this yr, the group found a metallic canister buried 30 toes under the floor of an outdated orangery within the palace’s 14-hectare park.

It’s thought treasures, stolen on the orders of SS boss Heinrich Himmler to arrange a Fourth Reich, are buried there.

Believed to incorporate the so-called ‘Gold of Breslau’ which went lacking from police headquarters in what’s now the close by Polish metropolis of Wroclaw, the canister can be thought to incorporate jewelry and valuables from the personal collections of rich Germans who lived within the area.

As a way to defend their prized possessions from the advancing Pink Military, the rich Germans handed their loot over to the SS.

The placement was revealed by secret paperwork, an SS officer’s diary and a map that the treasure hunters acquired from the descendants of officers belonging to a secretive lodge courting again over 1,000 years.

The identical diary, stated to have been written by a high-ranking SS officer, can be stated to disclose the placement of one other palace within the area the place it’s thought 28 tonnes of treasure is buried at the underside of a nicely.

Among the many bundle of paperwork is a letter from a senior SS officer referred to as von Stein to one of many ladies who labored at the palace in Minkowskie and who later turned his lover.

The officer wrote: ‘My expensive Inge, I’ll fufill my project, with God’s will. Some transports have been profitable. The remaining 48 heavy Reichsbank’s chests and all of the household chests I hereby entrust to you.

‘Solely you already know the place they’re situated. Might God show you how to and assist me, fulfil my project.’

The pencil-written pages of the diary are stated to determine 11 places throughout Decrease Silesia which earlier than and through the warfare was German territory.

An entry from March 12, 1945, referring to the treasure at the palace in Minkowskie says: ‘A trough has been dug within the orangery, which is a protected ”dwelling” for the delivered chests and containers.’

It continues: ’48 chests from the Reichsbank, in good situation, have been hidden, very nicely coated with earth and ”greened” with nonetheless residing vegetation.

‘Let windfall watch over us.’

After receiving permission to begin digging for the cannister, the Silesian Bridge Basis has now uncovered an additional two places the place they consider different Lannister’s containing different treasures might be hidden.

The six Nazi-era coins have been discovered subsequent to what Zelaytys described as a ‘small water fount’.

He stated: ‘Why would they put coins in a water fount?

‘Nicely perhaps for luck want, hoping you’ll return. Hoping that you’ll return to a spot the place you left one thing.

‘This offers us a pleasant increase of optimism.’

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