On 5 September, an exhibition will be inaugurated in Liverpool (United Kingdom), featuring items from World War II with items recovered from a Nazi submarine. Miscellaneous as Condoms, Tobacco And also a machine for deciphering secret messages.
as stated by MirrorThe treasure has been a secret since the sinking of the RAF. U534 off the coast of a Danish island On May 5, 1945, the same day that Hitler’s successor ordered the partial surrender of the German army.
It is now believed that the submarine may be trying to escape to America. The submarine was taken from the bottom of the sea in 1993 and its contents were preserved, although it was not touched and was kept secret until now. Although located in the Baltic Sea, it was found like lightweight uniforms filled with tropical gear and guide to South American countries.
Big Heritage founder Dean Patton said: “The things we’ve found are: Secret Documents for Private Letters, One complained that the cows on his farm were not giving him enough milk.”
“We’re looking for pictures and name cards of people we can find. It’s really interesting. When they picked up the sub in the early 1990s, the Danish team tried to go through box to box. Preserved and saved as quickly as possible without seeing what it was.” , enough, they kept her safe and stablePatton added.
“Those boxes have been turned around and not looked at, not opened. Most of the things we’ve found include what was once believed to be thousands of reams of paper that were previously believed to be They were empty, but they’re actually pretty pale.”continue.
“So now we have all kinds of new documents being seen for the first time since the 1940s, from some pretty mundane shopping lists and letters to some pretty serious stuff like Enigma-decoded messages telling the crew about their new… are fuhrerwhich, between the lines, It means Hitler is dead and now he has a new boss, This is the only known paper copy of that dispatch in the world,” Patton revealed.
In addition to these valuable documents, everyday items from the life of sailors have also been found in the wreck of the submarine, such as Condoms, tobacco, beer bottles, photo or card machines.