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... for over 80 buildings and bunkers that were constructed here between 1940 and 1944. The depth of concrete used for the ceilings and walls of the bunkers depended on the importance of the people who were to live and work inside. Needless to say, Hitler's main bunker had the most fortified walls and ceilings and even had trees planted on the roof to help keep it hidden. All the shelters were only one storey high with ventilation, sewerage and water supply systems as well ...
Now the Wolf's lair was Hitler's Eastern HQ.
There were, still are the remains of, huge bunkers for all his inner guard and high ranking officers.
Andrei and Dimitri had said they would like to come along, which was great.
Well apart from Andrei deciding we should do a bit of off roading, they had light girls bikes, I was carrying a lot of gear.
It got better when we stopped at what looked like the end of the track cos ...
... our first swallows of the year. We followed a path alongside the lake which then turned inland into woodland. There were swampy bits in the woodland and we saw great crested newts and some small toads. Exhausted this evening after a full day of walking, but feeling lucky with the weather. We had a couple of hail showers this morning, but otherwise it's been dry, and often warm and sunny. Off to Suwalki on an early bus in the morning, and then planning to cross into Lithuania on ...
... top was a space where the emblem of Nazi Germany, the eagle and the swastika, had once been. The plan was to have a submarine in the lock,like something out of James Bond, with access by the canal through Russia to the Baltic Sea.
By paddling a little through the swamp they got to the other side and were able to go through a doorway and look right into the cavern. There was a little boat on a rope that Willow really wanted to get into but Ed ...
... could so easily have gone in different directions. As it was, Stauffenberg's brave act of resistance came to its end at the Bendlerblock in Berlin hours later.
Having spent some time with Stauffenberg, we popped up the road to a rather charming family fun park, which by most modern standards is about fifty years out of date. The mix of content was brilliant. An overly serious soldier character-actor forced us to engage with period weaponry and uniforms. ...