Buenos Aires: Des artéfacts nazis découverts en Argentine

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Buenos AiresDes artéfacts nazis découverts en Argentine

Une enquête a mené à la découverte de 75 reliques d'origine allemande, chinoise, japonaise et égyptienne. Certaines portent le symbole nazi.

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epa06038309 Detail of artifacts bearing Nazi symbols that were recovered by the Argentine Federal Police (PFA), displayed during an event at the headquarters of the Delegation of Argentinean Israeli Associations (DAIA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 19 June 2017. The DAIA decorated the Minister of Security Patricia Bullrich and the Federal Police of Argentina for their successful investigation that managed to recover a collection of 75 original artifacts, of German, Chinese, Japanese and Egyptian origin, that are of great interest for their historical value. Among the relics are some bearing Nazi symbolism, including a bust of German dictator Adolf Hitler and a sculpture of the imperial eagle. According to reports, investigators believe that the objects have entered Argentina through the Nazi hierarchies that took refuge in the South American country after World War II.  EPA/DAVID FERNANDEZ

epa06038309 Detail of artifacts bearing Nazi symbols that were recovered by the Argentine Federal Police (PFA), displayed during an event at the headquarters of the Delegation of Argentinean Israeli Associations (DAIA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 19 June 2017. The DAIA decorated the Minister of Security Patricia Bullrich and the Federal Police of Argentina for their successful investigation that managed to recover a collection of 75 original artifacts, of German, Chinese, Japanese and Egyptian origin, that are of great interest for their historical value. Among the relics are some bearing Nazi symbolism, including a bust of German dictator Adolf Hitler and a sculpture of the imperial eagle. According to reports, investigators believe that the objects have entered Argentina through the Nazi hierarchies that took refuge in the South American country after World War II. EPA/DAVID FERNANDEZ

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Réunie à Buenos Aires (Argentine), le 19 juin, la délégation des associations israélites argentines (DAIA) a décoré la ministre de la sécurité Patricia Bullrich et la Police fédérale d'Argentine pour leur enquête qui a abouti à la découverte de 75 artéfacts originaux d'origine allemande, chinoise, japonaise et égyptienne. Ces derniers présentent un grand intérêt pour leur valeur historique.

Certaines reliques portent le symbole nazi. Selon les enquêteurs, ces objets - dont un buste du dictateur allemand Adolf Hitler et une sculpture de l'aigle impérial - seraient entrés en Argentine grâce aux dirigeants nazis qui s'étaient réfugiés dans le sud du pays après la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

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