The Nazi jungle hideaway in Argentina used by Hitlers henchmen, in pictures

March 26th, 2015

The first pictures have been released of the Nazi relics that persuaded archaeologists they had found a hide-out for escaping German leaders deep in an Argentinian jungle. A team of archaeologists from the University of Buenos Aires Urban Archaeology Centre spent months exploring the Teyu Cuare provincial park, in the Misiones region of northern Argentina.

Picture: AFP/Getty

World War Two

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