Poland backtracks on Nazi gold train find

Polish officials have backtracked from last week’s comments over the probable discovery of a buried German Nazi train believed to be laden with gold and other loot, Bloomberg said. However, they reportedly decided to send in the army to investigate the potential site nevertheless. New documents about the location of the train, which disappeared 70 years ago, “aren’t any stronger than similar claims made in past decades,” Tomasz Smolarz, the head of the Lower Silesia region’s administration, said in Wroclaw on Monday. The statement came three days after Deputy Culture Minister Piotr Zuchowski said a geo-radar image of the more than 100-meter-long train he saw made the discovery “more than 99 percent certain.”

Published by Naresh Sagar

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