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Lake Toplitz, the sacred forest of poisonous water, became one of the last strongholds the Nazis could hide. Witnesses said they saw Nazi soldiers first using military vehicles, then using horse-drawn carriages to transport large metal crates to Lake Toplitz.

Millions of pounds of counterfeit money along with printers and everything related to the Bernhard campaign were packed into boats and dropped to the bottom of Lake Toplitz. It is said that with the same motive of burying secrets and keeping wealth from the hands of the enemy, the Nazis simultaneously poured into Lake Toplitz containers of gold bullion, works of art and countless pearls. treasures they had plundered from many countries across Europe, and also documents noting where confiscated Jewish property was hidden.