Shortly before the war ended, it became known that the Nazis had buried the treasures stolen from Jews.
British historian Ian Sayer suggested that the money that the Nazis took from Jews in the Holocaust may still be stored in European banks.
Thus, the American soldiers in 1945 learned that the Nazis buried the money and treasures that were stolen from the Jews. This happened a few months before the war ended.
Going in search, the military found a lot of cash, as well as two bars of gold with engraved on them Nazi symbols.
Thus, the current value of the found funds is 38.6 million euros. The total weight of the bars is 24.84 kg.
Ian Sayer says that many things were returned to their former owners, but many are still stored in Europe and their location is not disclosed.
Thus, the fate of gold bars of the Nazis is still unknown. In addition, no bank was able to provide information about the future fate of the money from the treasure.