The Abbot went on to say that any records showing gold was transferred to a bank would be hard to find, even if they existed. “The records showing disbursements from the bank would be the ones to track. I bet those records could provide a starting point for where the gold had gone.”
They both knew that the Reichsbank in Berlin shipped gold out of the city when the Allies begin to bomb it in late 1940. What couldn’t be estimated was the amount of gold jewelry taken from concentration camps and later melted into gold bars. The bars were then stamped in Switzerland with the official seal from the Reichsbank.
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