The routine visit took an exceptional turn.

Since Wednesday morning, the La Rochelle demining service has been mobilized in the house of a retiree, in Niort, in Deux-Sèvres.

The police went to the home of an octogenarian who no longer answered calls, according to information from France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine, and they discovered a real private museum to the glory of the Third Reich.

The La Rochelle mine clearance service has been working on Niort this morning following the discovery of a private museum to the glory of the Third Reich.

Many weapons and explosive devices are analyzed.

Checks are in progress to determine the dangerousness of the site.

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Amid medals, portraits and other trinkets dating back to World War II, officers discover weapons of war and explosive devices.

The demining service has been notified and is checking that they do not constitute a danger to the site.

The holder of the "Nazi treasure", the German octogenarian Gurlitt, is dead

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