It was a great moment for the Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires. Journalists from all over the world had traveled to its press conference at the beginning of the month. Argentina's minister of security, the chief of the Federal Police, a high-ranking court justice and the president of the Holocaust Museum were all on the stage of the Marshall T. Meyer Rabbinical Seminary. Set out on a long table were busts of Hitler, a device for measuring skulls and a key with a swastika, allegedly a gift to the Krupp corporation, the German industrial giant. They are part of a find that caused a global sensation, and became known as "Hitler's Silver Treasure" following its discovery in 2017. The Argentinian authorities were now handing the objects over to the Holocaust Museum. Police came across the more than 80 objects by accident during a house search of an antiques dealer in a suburb of Buenos Aires. They include daggers with swastikas, a ouija board and magnifying glass that were said to have been used by Hitler himself. 'Counterfeits or Falsifications': German Investigators Say Argentine Nazi Finds Are Fakes - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International And no one is interested or can't stop the train.