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HIDDEN NAZI GOLD

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Photo showing part of an estimated 100 tons of gold bullion hidden in a salt mine near Merkers, southwest of Gotha, Germay, found April 7, 1945 by 3rd U.S. Army troops of General George S. Patton. Aided by a Reichsbank official, in civilian clothes, 3rd Army finance officers check over money bags. Stored with the gold were crates of art treasures and vast amounts of currency. (AP Photo/Byron H. Rollins)

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