Unearthed Nazi Diary Allegedly Reveals Locations of Hidden Treasures

A diary said to have been written by a Nazi officer at the close of World War II allegedly contains revelations about where treasures pilfered by the Third Reich were hidden throughout Poland. The remarkable journal was reportedly written by an individual calling himself 'Michaelis,' who claimed to have been part of a 1945 effort to conceal the massive cache of stolen riches.

Following the war, the diary fell into the hands of a mysterious 1000-year-old Masonic lodge in Germany to which a number of high-ranking Nazis had belonged during the war. The journal's existence was subsequently kept a secret over the next seven decades until the group, which counts among its members descendants of those Third Reich officers, handed it over to a Polish organization as way of making amends for the actions of their ancestors.

More on this amazing story at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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