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  • simon and your mom

    August 20, 2015

    Realistically how can you decide where the treasure has come from. Most probably looted from people and their families who are no longer around. If there is proof beyond doubt for anything specific this should be returned to the families of the survivors. The rest is a difficult choice. Many will call for it to forward their historic causes but there are many equally or more pressing causes that could benefit from this windfall. Causes that can help everyone of us, medical, social or others. Who decides?

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  • gale

    August 20, 2015

    I can imagine a train being somehow hidden in a tunnel, and then the entrances blown up However it would take a major effort to take up and remove railroad tracks and the railway line bed. The railroad line sterted somewhere and presumably was constructed to a destination, how would you disguise that?

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  • nazi gold train found

    August 20, 2015

    If it went into a tunnel, it’s likely that the tunnel has collapsed long ago. That’s the way it is with most of them, so they’ll have to dig it out. And it sounds like no hard evidence, so they’re arguing about it. But would be good that they’re just now finding it. Had they found it earlier, the soviets would have looted it for sure. Still, if true, 10% could be a lotta loot!!

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