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What is the Legendary Nazi Gold Train?

Last year, historian bounty hunters Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper got everyone very excited when they revealed, sort of and according mainly to them, the location of the Nazi Gold Train -- a train containing a hidden stash of stolen art and valuables said to have been packed up and hidden by the Nazis to fund their retirements in Argentina and/or WWIII. But is it actually real? Read More >>

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Nazi Teleprinter From WW2 Bought on eBay by Museum for a Tenner

Sometimes you can find a real gem on eBay. The UK National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park certainly did: it spotted a Nazi teleprinter used during the war for sale on the site and bought it for just £10. Read More >>

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Scotsman Arrested for Training Pet Dog to do Nazi Salutes While Watching Hitler Clips

A man in Scotland has been arrested under hate crime laws after posting a clip of his girlfriend's dog doing an approximation of a Nazi salute while watching videos of Hitler speeches. Read More >>

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Analysis Shows Just How Much Reddit Commenters Love Their Hitler References

Analysis of the most popular threads on social site Reddit show that the Hitler comment is alive and well, with well over 70 per cent of all posts with more than 1,000 replies eventually featuring in a reference to everyone's least favourite historical megalomaniac and/or his political party. Read More >>

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Hitler’s Supergun: The Nazi Plot to Destroy London

The V-3 “supergun” was meant to win the war for Germany. In 1943, for the first time since World War II began, Hitler was on the back foot. Allied bombs were devastating German cities and the Fuhrer was rattled. His proposed V-3 cannon would be the biggest gun the world had seen. Read More >>

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Explore an 80-Room Nazi Bunker Converted Into a Home and Gallery

It takes a very specific kind of sensibility to live in the ruins of monstrous regime, but art collectors Karen and Christian Boros have it. The couple and their kids live in a bunker with six-foot-thick concrete walls, originally built to hold 3,000 people during air raids in Berlin, in 1942. Read More >>

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These Nazi Propaganda Leaflets Dropped on Allied Soldiers Are Both Nauseating and Fascinating

Here's yet one more proof that Nazis—especially Goebbels—were not only disgusting bloody bastards but also cunning manipulators. Or perhaps stupid manipulators. Look at these propaganda leaflets that tried to convince American and British forces to desert by appealing to their most basic instincts. Read More >>