Acoording to Mirror Online a secret Nazi lair has been uncovered in Argentinian jungle where leaders fled after Second World War. Dan Bloom, Mirror's journalist tells us that Archaeologists from University of Buenos Aires found 1940s German coins, minted in Germany between 1938 and 1944, and fragments of porcelain plates inscribed with the words 'Made in Germany', made in around the same period, in a beaten-up brick shack on the border with Paraguay.
Archaeologists think it was a hiding place for Nazi killers as were being rounded up and put on trial after the Second World War. Daniel Schávelzon, director of the university's Centre for Urban Archaeology claimed the Nazis developed a secret project towards the end of the Second World War to build shelters for their leaders if they lost. He tell us "they would be inaccessible places, in the desert, on a mountain, on a cliff or in the middle of a jungle like this" and "it is a defensible site, a protected site, an inaccessible place, a place to live in peace, a place of refuge".
Dan Bloom, Mirror's journalist tells us the archaeologists said the buildings appeared to have been constructed in the 1940s and Argentina was a favourite hideout for Nazi leaders after the war, and it was where SS lieutenant colonel Adolf Eichmann fled under a fake name in 1950. The so-called Ricardo Klement managed to become a senior Mercedes-Benz manager before he was captured in 1960 and hanged for war crimes two years later... watch this video an read more link below: