Wolf's Lair, May 2012. Wolf's Lair is the standard English name for Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler's first World War II Eastern Front military headquarters, one of several Führerhauptquartier (Führer Headquarters).

Wolf's Lair is the standard English name for Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler's first World War II Eastern Front military headquarters, one of several Führerhauptquartier (Führer Headquarters) or FHQs located in various parts of Europe.

Wolf's Lair, Poland Repinned by HistorySimulation.com

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.

Ruins of Hitler's Bunker at Wolf's Lair - Poland 2012

Ruins of Hitler's Bunker at Wolf's Lair - Poland 2012

The Wolf's Lair | Atlas Obscura

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.

Operation Valkyrie - July 20, 1944 - one of 42 known assassination attempts on Hitler's life.

Operation Valkyrie - Claus von Stauffenberg

July 1944 – World War II- Adolf Hitler survives an assassination attempt led by German Claus von Stauffenberg.

Wolf's Lair

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Picture gallery: Wolfs Lair #Poland #WolfsLair #Travel #Travelblog #Worldtrip

Wolf's Lair, May 2012    Wolf's Lair is the standard English name for Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler's first World War II Eastern Front military headquarters, one of several Führerhauptquartier (Führer Headquarters) or FHQs located in various parts of Europe. The complex, which was built for Operation Barbarossa, the 1941 German invasion of the Soviet Union, was located in the Masurian woods, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from the small East Prussian town of Rastenburg, now Kętrzyn in Poland.

Wolf's Lair, May 2012 Wolf's Lair is the standard English name for Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler's first World War II Eastern Front military headquarters, one of several Führerhauptquartier (Führer Headquarters) or FHQs located in various parts of Europe. The complex, which was built for Operation Barbarossa, the 1941 German invasion of the Soviet Union, was located in the Masurian woods, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from the small East Prussian town of Rastenburg, now Kętrzyn in Poland.

Ruins of Hitler's Bunker at Wolf's Lair - Poland 2012

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Ruins of Hitler's Bunker at Wolf's Lair - Poland 2012

Ruins of Hitler's Bunker at Wolf's Lair - Poland 2012

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