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by Priscila R. Arias

eBook Treasures of the Sierras: (The Yamashita Gold Loot: 60 Years After) download ISBN: 1608136027
Author: Priscila R. Arias
Publisher: PublishAmerica (June 8, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1551 kb
Fb2: 1994 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Earth Sciences

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True Life Tale of Yamashita’s Gold Treasure It is a well-known fact that Japan looted Asia in the years prior to and including World War II.

True Life Tale of Yamashita’s Gold Treasure. You have surely heard the tales of Aztec gold and Incan treasure, but how about Yamashita’s gold? General Yamashita of the Imperial Army of Japan is purported to have buried or hidden away tons of gold in the Philippines. Literally, tons of gold, among other precious metals, gems, and artwork. The alleged value of all this treasure? Billions and billions of dollars. It is a well-known fact that Japan looted Asia in the years prior to and including World War II. According to legend, they amassed a veritable fortune for themselves. There was even a special team created whose sole purpose was to loot the invaded countries.

Yamashita's gold, also referred to as the Yamashita treasure, is the name given to the alleged war loot stolen in Southeast Asia by Imperial Japanese forces during World War II and hidden in caves, tunnels.

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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (originally titled Der Schatz der Sierra Madre) is a 1927 adventure novel by German author B. Traven, whose identity remains unknown. John Huston adapted the book as a 1948 film of the same name. The novel is set in the decade following the global upheavals of the First World War and social revolutions in Russia and Mexico

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Treasure was an important part of the history surrounding pirates. A few years after his teenage adventures, Jack Sparrow became an officer of the East India Trading Company in command of the merchant ship Wicked Wench

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Somewhere up in the Sierras, billions of dollars’ worth of gold bars, precious gems and stones and golden and jade Buddha statues together with priceless relics and five hundred years of antiquities lay undisturbed for more than sixty years after the Japanese Imperial Army hid them temporarily before World War II came to an end. Heralded as the biggest concentration of hidden wealth in these modern times and perceived to assist in the U.S. and Third World countries’ economic bailout, the treasures remain worthless in the hands of ordinary people and communist rebels who to this day do not know how to avail themselves of their benefits. Follow the trails of an adventurous and enterprising Filipina journalist who was able to penetrate the forbidding lairs of the New Peoples’ Army, the right-wing Lost Command and tribal leaders who have found these magnificent riches.