BREAKING NEWS ! : Treasure chest with £100MILLION of Nazi gold is found by a British crew in the wreck of a ship deliberately sunk by Hitler

by Luke Higgins

The SS Minden was scuttled - or purposefully sunken - approximately 120 miles southeast of Iceland in September 1939










23rd July 2017

A group of British treasure hunters have found a chest that could contain up to £100million in Nazi gold in the wreck of a German cargo ship off the coast of Iceland.

UK-based Advanced Marine Services found a box containing up to four tons of valuable metal, believed to be gold from South American banks, in the post room of the SS Minden, which sunk in 1939.

The gold was believed to be on board the ship and headed to Germany when the boat sank 120 miles southeast of Iceland on September 24, 1939, shortly after World War II began.

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Advanced Marine Services has applied to the Icelandic government in hopes of gaining permission to cut a hole in the ship to remove the box.

The treasure hunters, who believe the haul belongs to the finder of the box, want to bring the contents back to Britain, according to The Sun.

Earlier this year, the group was accused of looking for the wreckage of the German cargo ship without proper licensing.

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  • 24/07/2017

    Quite amazing. Thank you for the update of this impressive discovery.

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