Where The Nazis Hid $3.5 Billion Of Stolen Art • Discoverology

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In the spring of 1945, with the Third Reich crumbling, the Nazis hid their stolen art in a sealed salt mine. But when U.S. troops arrived, they found the opening to the mine had been destroyed.

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