quarta-feira, 25 de março de 2015

Possible nazi hideout found in remote region of Argentina

The story would later confirm that same fact as well as a massive exodus of nazis and other fascists for Argentina, which ended up by living in cities, without hiding, at the time of President Juan Perón.

"Is a local defensà available, protected, inacessÃvel, where you can live in peace."We are convinced that find a place of refuge for the nazi hierarchy", explains Daniel Schà ¡ velzon, Director of the Center for Urban Archaeology of the University of Buenos Aires.

Onsite, inside the Park Teyú Cuare, near the border with Paraguay, archaeologists found a Board that makes reference to Martin Bormann, Hitler's Secretary, as well as five German coins minted during the nazi regime and a porcelain dish made in Germany.

According to local legend, Bormann lived in this region, but Daniel Schávelzon says that there is no evidence to support this theory.

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