After the war, a series of bureaucratic errors, the plot did not get any of the new owners.
In the South-East of the Czech Republic discovered the little land is formally still belonging to the Gestapo.
According to the news portal iDnes.cz, area of over 30 square metres around the town of hodonín belonged to the Second world war, a Jewish family that perished during the Holocaust. In 1943, during the Nazi occupation, he was listed in the inventory lists, and as the owner stated the local Gestapo headquarters.
After the war, a series of bureaucratic errors, the plot did not get any of the new owners, and in 1982 when regular cadastral census was again recorded as belonging to “management of state secret police”, although the departments with the same name in the former Czechoslovakia did not exist.
The error was discovered only now. Local management of the land Fund promises to quickly fix it and join the parcel to the land in the area, which are administered by the state.
Earlier it was reported that the submarine, on Board which could be the leadership of the Nazis, including Adolf Hitler himself, after almost 73 years found on the seabed just off the coast of Denmark.