“THE WOLF’S LAIR CONSPIRACY”
William L. Inman
The following are excerpts from Wikipedia regarding Hitler’s Super Secret, World War II Fortress in Eastern Poland;
Wolf’s Lair is the standard English name for Wolfsschanze, Adolf Hitler’s first World War II Eastern Front military headquarters, one of several Führerhauptquartiere (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.
The original bunker system was constructed by Organisation Todt, but the later planned enlargement was never finished; the expansion work was stopped only a few days before the Soviet advance to Angerburg (now Węgorzewo), only 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) away.
Hitler first arrived at the Wolf’s Lair late on the night of 23 June 1941, and departed for the last time on 20 November 1944. Overall, he spent over 800 days there during that 3½-year period.
The complex was blown up and abandoned on 25 January 1945, but many of the bunkers were so thick that their damaged walls and ceilings remain. The remains are located in Poland at the hamlet of Gierłoż (German: Forst Görlitz) near Kętrzyn.
The Red Army reached the nearby border of East Prussia in October 1944. Hitler departed on 20 November and two days later the order was given to destroy the complex. The actual demolition did not take place until the night of 24–25 January 1945. Many tons of explosives were required to do the job; one bunker required an estimated 8 tons of TNT. The Red Army took the site without a shot two days later, on 27 January, the same day Auschwitz was liberated further south. It took until 1955 to clear over 54,000 landmines which surrounded the installation.
What the Red Army did not find is the subject of this novel!
The first book in the series uncovers a monstrous plot to return Hitler’s Third Reich to power sixty years after its defeat in WW II. The author combines historical fact with ancient legends and the wonders of modern technology to paint an unsettling portrait of a world gone mad.
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