History of War

HITLER’S SWITCHBOARD

“HITLER HELD CONFERENCES AND COORDINATED MAJOR OPERATIONS ON THE EASTERN FRONT FROM A WINDOWLESS BUNKER IN THE WOLF’S LAIR”

The ‘Wolf’s Lair’ was the nickname for Adolf Hitler’s Supreme Command Headquarters,

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