Does Hitler’s Wolf’s Lair still exist? The Famous Bunker in Pictures In present day Poland, in the Masurian wood. Located five miles east of the small East Prussian town of Rastenburg, now Kętrzyn.
Hitler’s famous “Wolf’s Lair” bunker lies. Adolf Hitler’s first Eastern Front military headquarters in World War II.
Available to the public and still an amazing site.
During World War 2, the bunker was heavily fortified and hidden from the allies.
Sight from the air was near impossible.
Furthermore, there were three security zones protecting the bunker.
Heavily armored SS divisions on the ready.
However, the security was not enough to stop the only assassination attempt.
Which was thwarted thanks to a thick table blocking the blast of the planted bomb.
As a result of this attempt, the famous General Rommel, ‘The Desert Fox’, would take his own life.
It was either that or his family faced danger.
However, Hitler would not take his life here, but, at his bunker in Berlin.