Nazi time capsule unearthed in Poland

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Researchers uncovered a time capsule buried under a Nazi training center 80 years ago, and the secrets inside are well-preserved.

The copper tube was found underground in Zlocieniec, Poland, and later openedat the National Museum in Szczecin, FOX News reports.

The contents of the cylinder included newspapers from April 1934, parchment, coins, photos of Adolf Hitler and two copies of his book, Mein Kampf, according to reports.

The website for Zlocieniec's city hall posted (in Polish) about how they excavated the time capsule using old explosives.

They have also shared news and photographs about the discovery on Facebook.

There's also a short video on Twitter that shows the time capsule's contents laid out on a table.

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