How Did Herman Francis Mark Escape Nazi Europe with $50,000 Worth of Platinum Wire?

During the Second World War, the non-military use of platinum was banned. It was deemed as a strategic metal important in warfare. But how was an Austrian scientist able to smuggle them out of the country? Herman Francis Mark, an Austrian scientist, and son of a Jew, chose to flee from Austria in 1938. He …

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