Nazi hideout in Argentina
Archaeologists in Argentina find some old buildings. The buildings were for the Nazi leaders. The Nazi leaders could hide in them. This was at the end of World War II.
The buildings were in a good hiding place. This place was safe. It was hard to get to. The archaeologists also find some German coins.
The archaeologists say that the Nazis did not go to the place. The Nazis could live in Argentina. They did not have to hide.
Difficult words: archaeologist (a person who learns about things from the past), hide (to make it hard for people to find you), Nazi (a German in World War II).
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