Nestled against the Lithuanian border, Suwalszczyzna (for the sake of simplicity, let’s refer to it from now on as the Suwałki region), is more than a complex mass of randomized letters.
The boulder was used to mark the location of the barracks of the soldiers of the 1st Company of the battalion known as the Führer-Begleit-Bataillon, with the abbreviation F.B.B., which was formed in 1939 to protect the Fuhrer at the front.
The reconstruction at the site of the Nazi leader’s Wolf’s Lair HQ, used archive documents, photographs, witness testimony and the knowledge of local guides to recreate the room as it was in July 1944.
New excavations at Hitler’s Wolf Lair reveal just what the infamous dictator munched his way through for much of the war.
The entrance was found during a search of the area in northeast Poland using geo-radar. It has long been thought that the bunker complex, which lies close to where Hitler had his Wolf’s Lair HQ, could contain many WWII treasures, including the Amber Chamber.