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Wolf's Lair, Poland The Wolf's Lair was a site where Hitler and German High Command made strategic decisions about combat on the Eastern Front in WWII. Today it is a crumbling ruin.

Gierlož / Wolf's Lair / Wolfsschanze

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Wolf's Lair/Wolfsschanze

Wolf's Lair/Wolfsschanze

MAMERKI ( Oberkommando des Heeres ) - WIDOK NA MAMRY

MAMERKI ( Oberkommando des Heeres ) - WIDOK NA MAMRY

Hitler's "Wolf's lair" ( Wolfsschanze, Vilko guolis ) ruins

Photo of Hitler's "Wolf's lair" ( Wolfsschanze, Vilko guolis ) ruins

Gierlož / Wolf's Lair / Wolfsschanze

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Polish authorities said Monday they plan to boost tourism at Nazi German dictator Adolf Hitler's "Wolfsschanze" (Wolf's Lair), which ended up on their territory after post-war border changes

Polish authorities said Monday they plan to boost tourism at Nazi German dictator Adolf Hitler's "Wolfsschanze" (Wolf's Lair), which ended up on their territory after post-war border changes

Ketrzyn, PolandThe Wolf's Lair: "Hidden deep in a Polish forest, the remains of the Nazi stronghold known as The Wolf's Lair (Wolfsschanze) are slowly being reclaimed by nature, but the room where Operation Valkyrie nearly blew up Hitler with a suitcase bomb can still be found."

The Wolf's Lair

Discover The Wolf's Lair in Ketrzyn, Poland: This Nazi ruin was the site where Hitler was almost blown up by a suitcase bomb.

Gierłoż (Görlitz), Wolf's Lair (Wolfsschanze) - Adolf Hitler's military headquarters

Photo of Gierłoż (Görlitz), Wolf's Lair (Wolfsschanze) - Adolf Hitler's military headquarters

"Wolf's Lair" or Wolfsschanze, a large bunker complex near the East Prussian town of Rastenburg was Hitler's first WWII Eastern Front military headquarters (now Poland). He spent over 800 days here between June, 1941 and November 20, 1944. The assassination attempt on July 20, 1944, took place in the "Lager barrack" located within the complex. Hitler gave the order to destroy the complex when the Red Army was approaching. It took until 1955 to clear the 54,000 landmines  surrounding the ruin

"Wolf's Lair" or Wolfsschanze, a large bunker complex near the East Prussian…

Wolf's Lair

Wolf's Lair

Hitler's Wolf's Lair, East Prussia ... somewhere near the Russian border - Wolfsschanze, Wolf's Lair, Gierloz Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

Hitler's Wolf's Lair, East Prussia ... somewhere near the Russian border - Wolfsschanze, Wolf's Lair, Gierloz Traveller Reviews - TripAdvisor

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