Poland, the treasures stolen by the Nazis in a lake? Research with an underwater drone

Poland, the treasures stolen by the Nazis in a lake? Research with an underwater drone
Poland, the treasures stolen by the Nazis in a lake? Research with an underwater drone

A treasure truck stolen gods Nazis in World War II it could have been located on the bottom of a lake in southwestern Poland. This was announced by the explorer Piotr Koper that during a search inside the Walbrzych lake, thanks to the help of a georadar, he would have come across some steel sheets that could belong to the military vehicles of the Reich.

In spring of 1945 a convoy of trucks departed from the neighbor city ​​of Goerlitz with exhibits from a museum. Then their traces were lost and today, 76 years after that moment, we could be faced with their discovery.

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The statements of the explorer

The research by the team was completed last Sunday. «We have decent results and now we will try to do some extractions because we have seen on georadar a great signal that would correspond to a large mass of steel, ‘commented the researchers. “Today it is difficult to say what their value is, because we are not yet sure whether the trucks still have the treasures inside them or not,” he continued.

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The explorer and his team searched the area in the village of Żarska Wieś since last December using not only the georadar but also a bottom sonar, a Gpr, a proton magnetometer and an underwater drone.

«We are now waiting for a GPR analysis. Six results they will be confirmed, we will ask for permission to unearth the wrecks », they concluded.

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The other discoveries

The discovery comes just weeks after treasure hunters also unearthed one secret network of tunnels of the Second World War which is thought to lead to the legendary “Amber room».

Built for it Russian Tsar Peter the Great in the eighteenth century it would have hidden amber, gold and precious jewels. The treasures in the room would then be stolen by the Nazis and then mysteriously disappeared at the end of World War II.

The tunnels were discovered near some bunkers, near the Mamerki museum in northeastern Poland near Kaliningrad.

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