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>> With the removal of a bookshelf, a startling discovery. Dozens of Nazi artifacts hidden in a secret room. Among the mementos inside, a bust in figurines of Adolf Hitler, a knife adorned with the Nazi swastika, and several items of propaganda. Argentine security minister, Patricia Bullrich, says the raid on the Buenos Aires home uncovered 75 objects.
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>> We are amazed, very moved, that there was this amount of Nazi objects in Argentina, with everything that happened in the Holocaust. But on the other hand, we are happy to be able to say that they are no longer circulating through sales, or among collectors of such a barbarity
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>> Authorities now wanna know how and when the items came to Argentina. A number of Nazi officials, including Adolf Eichmann, and the so-called Angel of Death, Josef Mengele, found refuge there toward the end of World War II. And these artifacts may provide leads for investigators trying to determine who else may have settled in Argentina, in hopes of leaving their Nazi past behind.