Suspected Nazi hideout discovered in remote Argentinian jungle

Suspected Nazi hideout discovered in remote Argentinian jungle

Argentinian archaeologists have turned up a suspected secret Nazi hideout in a remote jungle of the South American country, which became a safe haven for war criminals after the Holocaust.

The outpost of some three thick-walled lookouts, discovered in the Teyu Cuare park outside San Ignacio, Misiones province, contained German coins dating from 1938 to 1944 and porcelain from the country created during the same time period, Clarin reported.

“Apparently, halfway through World War II, the Nazis had a secret project to build shelters for top leaders in the event of defeat – inaccessible sites in the middle of deserts, in the mountains, on a cliff or in the middle of the jungle like this,” archaeologist team leaderDaniel Schavelzon told Clarin.

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Story by Sasha Goldstein – New York Daily News

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