Detectives Think Some Of These Pieces Of Nazi Propaganda Found In Buenos Aires May Have Belonged To Hitler Himself
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“I think this is irrefutable proof of the presence of hierarchical Nazis having escaped to Argentina.”
A trove of illegal Nazi memorabilia was recently found in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They were found in the home of a collector, who had over 75 pieces of Nazi artifacts that were illegally hoarded and stored. The collector went to extremes to hide the propaganda-laden relics from World War II, hiding the objects behind a moving bookshelf in a secret room.
Many of the objects were emblazoned with the Swastika symbol, including mugs, knives and games, all designed to entice and indoctrinate children with Nazi ideology. There was even a bust of Adolf Hitler himself in the stash. According the NBC News video above, this is believed to be the largest collection of Nazi artifacts ever found in Argentina. The video also points out that it may be the result of and proof that some Nazis fled to Argentina after the war to hide out from being brought to justice. USA today reports that the artifacts may have even belonged to Hitler himself.
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