Ann Macmillan, chief of CBC's London bureau, is shown a large collection of letters and maps owned by Sir John Sherbrooke, the lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia during the War of 1812. The items were auctioned in one block Wednesday for almost $700,000. (Ellen Mauro/CBC)
Northumberland County Prothonotary Justin Dunkleberger talks about the process of backing up the old files of his office that are stored in the basement of the county courthouse in Sunbury on Monday morning.
How did the diary of one of Hitler's closest confidants end up in upstate New York? First pictures emerge of pages written by high-ranking Nazi after being lost for 70 years
Part of history: Federal officials announced in June the seizure of a long-lost diary kept by a close confidant of Adolph Hitler, Alfred Rosenberg after they were uncovered in upstate New York earlier this year