The Nazi escape routes known as “ratlines” during the fall of the Third Reich led to some remote, unexpected places. One of them, according to a new report in Argentina's Clarin newspaper, led to a remote spot in a strip of jungle on the Argentina-Paraguay border.
According to a fresh discovery announced over the weekend, it’s also true the Nazis made it deeper into the Argentine jungle in search of refuge than anyone imagined. Hundreds of miles north, along the border with Paraguay, rises the Parque Teyú Cuare. A path winds into the nature preserve, opening ...
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