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Thursday, November 10, 2016

An early clue about the existence of a mysterious Nazi base in the Arctic

More recently, Russian scientists claimed to have found the remains of the Nazi secret base on a remote island in the Arctic rim. There in Alexandra Land, they found more than 500 Nazi artifacts and this seemed to bring the team to believe that the place was originally only considered as the rumor, but in fact it was really exists.
Rusted shells were among 500 objects found at the abandoned outpost. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fTwoE)
The place in question is Schatzgraber.  Actually, the researchers have not ensure that the artifacts were found associated with the Nazis, but with the presence of the Nazi's swastika symbol on a few artifacts were found making the researchers believe.
Remarkably well-preserved documents were also found at the site. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fTwoE)
Though it has been documented in the book titled Wettertrupp Haudegen (1954), Schatzgraber or the 'Treasure Hunter' is never known to exist. It was said that the Schatzgraber built on direct orders of Adolf Hitler in 1942 right after the German attacked Russia.
The base was set up in 1942, apparently with the aim of gathering weather reports. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fTwoE)
It was a Nazi mysterious weather station in the Arctic. The secret base had operated briefly in 1943, but abandoned a year later. Due to the guards eat the meat of polar bears were not cooked well and contaminated with worms.
A team of Russian scientists from the Russian Arctic National Park came across more than 500 relics on Alexandra Land - a remote, uninhabited island north of Russia. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fTuwY)
Russian researchers arguably was the first to find the physical evidence of Schatzgraber. They found discarded petrol canisters, bullets, ruins of bunkers, shoes, and a batch of paper documents that have apparently been well-preserved by the island's icy climate.
The base was abandoned by its crew when they fell ill after eating polar bear meat. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1fTwoE)
"Initially we only know Schatzgraber from written sources only, but now we have real evidence," said, Evgeny Ermolov, one researcher, as quoted by Science Alert on Wednesday, November 3, 2016.
"Now we can get in on the data in this scientific revolution, finding evidence, develop and prove the existence of the German military operations in the Arctic during World War II," he added.

Many people believe that Schatzgraber not just an usual weather station but the part of a secret Nazi mission to find an ancient relic. And this research might be the starting point to uncover it. *** [EKA | FROM VAROUS SOURCES | THE SUN | SCIENCE ALERT]
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