Nazi-era time capsule found in Poland

SHARE
Image Courtesy of AP Photo/Sebastian Kuropatnicki
Image Courtesy of AP Photo/Sebastian Kuropatnicki

By The Associated Press, September 21, 2016 

WARSAW, Poland — Nazi-era newspapers, coins, documents and copies of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” have been found in a “time capsule” that was buried in 1934 in the foundations of a Nazi training centre, a Polish town official said Tuesday.

Explorers in Zlocieniec, in northwestern Poland, dug for the copper cylinder at the remains of the former Ordensburg center’s foundations after learning it could hold a documentary movie showing celebrations of the town’s 600 years, in 1933. At the time, the city was in Germany and was called Falkenburg.

Read full article here….