Ian Sayer and Douglas Botting’s bestseller Nazi Gold: The Story of the World’s Greatest Robbery, delves into the bloody history of the Nazi Reichsbank gold. On this tour, we explore the region of Bavaria where this mysterious gold was purportedly buried at the end of World War II. To find the treasure, we follow the path of those involved, beginning in Mittenwald where Colonel Franz Wilhelm Pfeiffer was first given possession of the gold. He soon followed through on his mission to hide it within the Karwendel mountains. We proceed up to the Forest House, where witnesses claim to have seen the path taken by shovel-bearing men. After we wander the grounds of the sequestered gold, we make our way to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where the plot thickens. What happened to the gold after it was found?
This tour brings you deep into the heart of Bavaria, where the final days of Nazi Germany are revealed. The hunt for the hidden treasure and the great story of the aftermath, make this trip intriguing and scenic!
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