A deadly dessert lay at the center of a World War II plot to assassinate Britain's prime minister. Nazi agents hoped to kill Sir Winston Churchill with exploding chocolate bars, according to a secret wartime letter revealed recently, the Daily Mail reported.

Adolf Hitler's bomb makers conspired to conceal explosives in a layer of dark chocolate then enclose them in black and gold wrappers. The Third Reich hoped to smuggle the killer confections -- branded as "Peters Chocolate" -- into a private dining room used by Churchill and his wartime cabinet.

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