At the auction in Munich sold the pants of Hitler and the container of poison Goering

Pants with leather pockets Adolf Hitler and the brass container of cyanide Reich Minister of aviation Hermann Goering have been sold at auction Hermann Historica in Munich, reports Reuters.

One of the buyers is a citizen of Argentina spent €600 thousand, buying, among other things, Hitler’s pants for €62 thousand, his gray jacket for €275 thousand, as well as watch Goering for €42 thousand.

The Argentinian said that he bought the items for the Museum, whose name he refused to disclose.

The container of cyanide, the contents of which Goering swallowed awaiting trial at Nuremberg in 1946, was sold for €26 thousand.

The organizer of the auction said on its website that all the lots are designed exclusively for museums, archives or large private collections, and contribute to a better understanding of the history and “serve as a guarantee that the events of the Nazi era never happen again.”