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Werewolf is the name of Hitler's High Command field headquarter, which was intended to command military operations on the Eastern Front ("Werwolf" translates from German as "an armed wolf", sometimes it`s also translated as a “man-wolf”). The site is 8 kilometers from Vinnytsia.

At first glance, this territory looks like an ordinary forest array with reinforced concrete blocks. This is the result of the destruction of the German troops in early January 1944 (according to some data it happened at the end of 1943), and continued by the Soviet authorities. They seek evidence of the existence of the secret Nazi laboratories. However, nothing has been found and many years of werewolf`s oblivion have followed.

At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, the so-called Fuhrer-Hitler headquarters were built at this place, where he personally stayed until 1943, for as long as 106 days. The documentary evidence states that there were 19 such places all over the Europe, and all of them were located in interesting from the standpoint of history and energy areas. Actually, Vinnytsia region was not chosen by chance as well.

"Werwolf" is not the only Hitler's Headquarters, but perhaps one of the most famous, because there is an assumption that the Führer spent most of the time during the Second World War there.
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