American soldiers examine Reichsbank notes and paintings at the Salt Mines in Merkers, Germany near end of World War II in Europe. Soldiers looks at Reichsbank notes. Cardboard boxes containing notes piled up one on the other at the Salt Mines. The soldiers examine the different currency notes of the Reichsbank Bank. Two soldiers look at famous paintings by various artists that were stolen by the Nazis. The soldiers look at the Albrecht Durer etchings.
A salt mine in Merkers, Germany. A sign in German outside the salt mine. An American soldier guards the gates of the mine. One hundred tons of Nazi gold bullion, jewels, stolen paintings and art, silver and currency discovered at the mine. Soldiers look at silver spoons, gold bullion and rare and expensive paintings. Bags full of currency from European countries. Two million dollars of American currency in boxes. Cash bags piled up at the mine.
Near the end of 2nd World War in Germany, American troops are seen in the Salt Mines at Merkers, Germany. They examine gold bars. Another American soldier opens up a suitcase filled with silver articles. Many suitcases filled with silver articles. (All these items had been confiscated by German Schutzstaffel (SS) troops.)
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