Claim: Poland’s Lost Nazi Gold Train Found in Tunnel Built by POWs

US Soldier Inspects A Priceless Treasure Taken From Jews By The Nazi's And Stashed In The Heilbron
Two men claim to have found a train laden with Nazi gold and gems which has been the subject of rumours and myth for decades. The duo have hired a lawyer and are asking for 10 per cent of the value in return for giving up the location. According to local legend, in late 1944 or early 1945, as the Red Army advanced across Poland and into Germany, authorities in the Lower Silesian capital of Breslau (now Wroclaw) collected several tonnes of gold bullion and other valuables from the city’s residents, loading it onto a train with the intention of shipping it further within the territory of the Third Reich. But the train never arrived at its destination and has not been heard of again. One story gave the resting place of the train as an underground siding near the 13th Century Ksiaz Castle. Another locates it in the hills near