Stolen treasure was previously discovered at two secret Nazi bunkers - leading experts to believe there could be more hidden away under Buchenwald near Weimar. Secret tunnels unearthed at a former Nazi concentration camp are to be searched for stolen loot hidden away after the fall of Adolf Hitler's regime. Archaeologists and historians will scour the site next week, which is located at the former Buchenwald Concentration Camp - established on Ettersberg hill near Weimar in Germany. Following the liberation of Buchenwald in by US troops, two secret bunkers were found full of stolen treasures robbed by the Nazis and hidden away. Some experts believe there could be a hidden amber room at Buchenwald. Now after years of research by MDR - a regional public service news operation - there are indications that there may be a third site where goods have been hidden.
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Verena Wagner Lafferentz, the last surviving grandchild of Richard Wagner and one of the last people alive who knew Adolf Hitler intimately, died on Friday at her home in Nussdorf, Germany. She was Called by Mr. The festival, more formally known as the Richard Wagner Festival, was founded by the composer and opened in
While their men have left an indelible imprint on our collective memory the women who gave them vital support, encouragement and direction have largely remained relegated to the footnotes of history. Part of the reason for this is the nature of the source material, much of which has to be treated with caution. Although a lot more information has come to light in the last few decades, there are still considerable gaps and chunks of time missing from the diaries and letters that have survived, while the post-war autobiographies penned by several of the wives actively sought to portray their husbands as paragons of virtue and themselves as innocent bystanders.