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Hitler's Palace in Ukraine: "Werewolf"

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Exotic Hitler's Palace in Ukraine "Werewolf" with aqua entertainment and a casino was built as the most gigantic elite office and residential complex in Europe in wartime format, consisting of at least 80 buildings. How is Hitlertown?


In a previous article "Hitler's Palace in Ukraine: Secret Trips" we managed to tell you in detail only about one visit of Hitler to Ukraine. But Hitler had many such tours in Ukraine.

Hitler's endless tours of Ukraine


The Nazi chief visited the Ukrainian city of Uman on August 28, 1941, to meet there personally the Italian military units, who rushed headlong to his aid to capture the Donbass.

Among Hitler's numerous trips to Ukraine, his bodyguard Johann Rattenhuber during interrogations indicated the following cities:

“In 1941-1942, during the war with the Soviet Union, Hitler flew (to Ukraine) to the cities Uman,

...at Mariupol to Field Marshal Kleist,

в Poltava to Field Marshal Reichenau.

In 1943, Hitler arrived at Zaporozhye to Field Marshal von Manstein. "

August 28, 1941. Hitler's visit to g. Uman... Ukraine. hr-archive.com

Indeed, in the public domain of the German photo archive, we found photographic documents confirming Rattenhuber's words.

We remind that the photographs of Hitler's visit to Ukraine in Uman from the Italian photo archive were also previously posted by us in the first article of this cycle. “The legend about the battle of 150 border dogs with the Nazis. And Hitler's arrival in Ukraine in 1941 ".

But, as it turns out, apart from the city of Uman, Hitler personally visited a lot of things in Ukraine. And his every visit to Ukraine is quite worthy of a separate story on VO.

Therefore, for now, we will only very dottedly and briefly document (with an archival photographic fact) only the first five locations of the presence of the Nazi leader in Ukraine.

Here in this photo from a German photo archive, for example, the leader of the Nazis inspects life in the beautiful Ukraine he takes care of in the city of Berdychev, Zhytomyr region (August 6, 1941).

August 6, 1941. Hitler in g. Berdychev in Ukraine. Source: hr-archive.com

And this is how he tramples the Ukrainian soil with his boots in the city of Mariupol, Donetsk region (early December 1941).

Hitler's Palace in Ukraine: "Werewolf"
December 1941. Hitler with his retinue in Mariupol... Source: forum.ww2.ru

Moreover, as Hitler's guard recalled, the Nazi chief spent the night in Mariupol:

"In Mariupol, Hitler spent the night in a house set aside for him, it seems, in a former hotel on the seashore."

And in the morning, how noted locals, Hitler, admiring the Azov coast from the window in December 1941, suddenly remembered his native united Europe and exclaimed in his hearts:

"Soon all of Europe will be resting here!"

Then, as you can see in the next photo, he leads the Nazis directly from Poltava (June 1, 1942) and plans to almost take the Caucasus and Stalingrad.

June 1, 1942. Hitler at a meeting in Poltava... Ukraine. Source: hr-archive.com

It was the 345th day of the war. Hitler needed a nosebleed of Grozny's oil. And he tore and threw at that meeting in Poltava. According to Paulus ("Nuremberg Trial." Collection of materials, vol. I. Publishing house of legal literature, 1945, p. 378), the Fuehrer declared in a fury that

"If he does not receive oil from Maikop and Grozny, he will be forced to end this war (with the USSR)."

And in Zaporozhye, Hitler stopped by on February 17, 1943 and stayed there for two days.

This became known from the testimony of the dictator's personal guard:

“In Zaporozhye, he (Hitler) lived for two days in a building aviation barracks ".

February 17, 1943. Meeting in Zaporozhye... Ukraine. Source: hr-archive.com

And, finally, let us pay special attention to one more authentic photographic document about the visit of the Nazi leader to Vinnitsa in the summer of 1942, which is of interest to us. He flew there on July 16, 1942, to the headquarters settlement that had just been built for him under the auspicious name "Werewolf". Live.

July 16, 1942. Hitler arrives in Ukraine at the Werewolf headquarters just built for him in the suburbs of the city Vinnitsa... Ukraine. Source: hr-archive.com

Let's take a closer look at this residence of Hitler today.

It is no coincidence that Hitler's translator Paul Schmidt ironic on the long journey from Berlin to Ukraine and back:

"For the sake of a short meeting with Hitler, almost always on trivial and insignificant issues, ambassadors or other important persons spent three days and four nights on the road."

And this is only one way from Berlin to Vinnitsa. The train from the capital of Germany actually ran on the route Berlin - Warsaw - Brest - Kovel - Rivne - Berdichev - Vinnitsa. Also, every day a plane took off from Berlin, which landed right at the headquarters. The same course, only in the opposite direction, took off another.

Hitler's eight-room suite in a village of 80 log houses in Ukraine


I must say that at that time in Ukraine, near Vinnitsa, the largest office and residential complex in Europe during the war of 80 buildings (not counting auxiliary) was erected for Hitler in an open field from scratch and on a turnkey basis. By the hands of slaves and at record speed.

Plan of one of the zones with Hitler's villa in the Werewolf complex. Ukraine. Source: war-documentary.info

Reichsminister of armaments and ammunition Albert Speer in the book "Memoirs" (p. 70) wrote:

“Less than three weeks after the start of the operation, Hitler moved to a headquarters equipped near the Ukrainian city of Vinnitsa. The Russians were rather passive in the air, and the West, even for the cautious Hitler, was too far away, so this time it did not demand the construction of special bunker structures.

Instead of concrete fortifications, a very a pretty village of houses scattered in the woods».

Hitler near Vinnitsa. Ukraine. Near a private villa on the territory of the elite residential complex "Werewolf". Source: war-documentary.info

It is worth recalling that the Werewolf was part of a much more extended top-secret headquarters zone, stretching more than 100 kilometers from Vinnitsa to Zhitomir and known under the combined code name Oak Grove (Eichenhain, Eichenhain).

Source: After the buttle.com

For the construction of an elite village for Hitler, a bare piece of land north of Vinnitsa with a total area of ​​16,2 hectares was chosen.

We repeat, Hitler's military headquarters "Werewolf" became the largest object of this kind, not just in Europe, but also in stories Second World War. It occupied 162 square meters of total area.

Много это или мало?

If measured in acres that are understandable to every Russian, then it will be 1620 acres.

Plan of the territory of Hitler's dwelling near Vinnitsa. Source: war-documentary.info

But what if we measure this Hitler's fiefdom in Ukraine “in palaces”? And compare the area of ​​Hitler's dwelling with the dimensions, for example, of the most famous and largest 15 palaces in the world?

It turns out that Hitler's Ukrainian residence is, in terms of area, like 5 Royal Palaces in Brussels (33 sq. M). Or almost 000 Windsor Castles (3 sq. M). Or, again, 55 Winter Palaces (000 sq. M). Well, or as much as 3 Versailles (60 sq. M). Or 000 Buckingham (3 sq. M). But, in any case, definitely more than the Royal Palace in Madrid (67 sq. M). And even larger than the Imperial Palace Forbidden City of Beijing (China) (000 sq. M).

Moreover, as it turned out, the area of ​​the newly built Ukrainian patrimony of Hitler is smaller than only the three most famous palace buildings: the Louvre (210 sq. M), the Brunei Palace (000 sq. M), as well as the Romanian Palace of the Parliament (200 sq. M) ...

But here's the most interesting thing. Hitler's complex "Werewolf" in Ukraine was completely identical in area only one and only one of all the top 15 palaces in the world - the Apostolic Palace (Pope's residence in the Vatican, 162 sq. m.).

Rochus Mish, telephone operator bets in his a book "I was Hitler's bodyguard" recalled:

“The Ukrainian headquarters was located in the forest. Most of the buildings were made from tree trunks (log cabins), there was only one bunker for personnel and friends of the Fuhrer in case of an air raid.

Hitler had his own blockhouse, a fairly large wooden structure. There was a study, a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, a bathroom, a small servants' quarters and a sparsely furnished bedroom.

1942 year. At Hitler's headquarters near Vinnitsa. Ukraine. Source: spiegel.de

The leader of the Nazis in Ukraine, among 80 different rooms and buildings, had a personal detached eight-room log house.


House number 11. Hitler's private villa. Werewolf complex. Ukraine. Source: war-documentary.info

Military historians Martin Bogaert (Belgium) and Andrew Shvachko (Ukraine) carried out a historical 3D reconstruction of the ground premises of this Hitlerite residence in the Ukrainian Werewolf complex (Eastern Front. Führerhauptquartier Wehrwolf ), "After the buttle", 2016, No. 171, pp. 38–56).

Building plan number 11 (Hitler's private quarters). Near to the right is Hitler's personal bunker. Residential complex "Werewolf". Ukraine. Historical reconstruction. Source: After the buttle.com

These historians offer a short video clip (3:27) in which, using computer graphics, they tried to reconstruct with documentary accuracy the interior space of Hitler's eight-room villa near the village of Strizhavka in Ukraine. The video is in English. In a short video, you can see the house and bunker of the Fuhrer. There is a street lamp at the entrance, as well as a thermometer hanging on a tree (by order of Hitler). Inside, using photographs and archival documents, historians have reproduced the interior of several rooms of this Ukrainian residence of Hitler.

Personal apartments of Hitler (house number 11, office) near Vinnitsa on the territory of the office-residential complex "Werewolf" (FHQ Wehrwolf). Ukraine

It is officially documented that Hitler lived in Ukraine in 1942–1943. a total of 4–5 months in periods. Different researchers indicate different numbers: one way or another, but the fascist leader definitely spent in Ukraine, one might say, in his personal estate near Vinnitsa, at least from 118 to 138 days.

Hitler's office in an eight-room private mansion. Vinnitsa (suburb). Ukraine. Werewolf complex. Source: war-documentary.info

This is what his room looked like with a huge white fireplace, reserved exclusively for official photos. Most of the archival photographs from the Hitler-village "Werewolf" were taken from this office.

A selection of photos from the official German photo archive on the tag "Werewolf". Ukraine. Source: hr-archive.com

Magazine "Der Spiegel"Published a document declassified in Russia, which was drawn up in house number 11 in the Werewolf complex. This is a transcript of Hitler's conversation with high-ranking officers. The meeting lasted 85 minutes. Hitler ordered his conversations with senior officers to be recorded in shorthand. Most of these records have been lost. German historians have published this document, which was once captured by the Red Army. This is page 59 of the transcript of a conversation that took place on September 18, 1942. The document testifies to the tense relations between the dictator and some of his high-ranking military leaders.

Source: spiegel.de

During the retreat of the Germans, this secret object "Werewolf" was blown up by them.

Photo from the archives of the NKVD. Ukraine. Under Vinnytsia... Remains of the foundations of Hitler's personal villa and personal bunker near Vinnitsa. After the explosion, very few interesting objects were found. The NKVD report mentions only the remains of a carpet or carpets of reddish or orange colors. Probably, all the decoration and utensils before the explosion were sent by the Germans to Germany. Photo source: war-documentary.info

As a rule, after the explosion, the general public knows little or nothing about this object today. For some reason it is not customary to talk about him.

Like, there was and no. And silence.

But not everything is so simple.

The Werewolf project, from our point of view, was much more important, both for Hitler himself and for history as a whole.

And we cannot forget about him.

If only because it was there that Hitler built his terrible Nazi empire and from there embodied his brutal plans to destroy not only the USSR, but also humanity.

So, in fact, it was not so much a military headquarters as the alma mater of a new world order and a springboard for reformatting the world.

In addition, we must not forget that this very new promised land for radical Germany (and for the united Europe of those years) was supposed to become this center for reshaping the world and, moreover, the catalyst for the true purification of the planet from bio-waste, according to Hitler's plan - Ukraine.

After all, Hitler was building in Ukraine then not just his own headquarters for command and control of troops and by no means only his personal headquarters or front-line residence. No, he was building in Ukraine a kind of palace of his Nazi and fascist ideology.

Ukraine. 1941-1942 Typical banner for the "non-profit" of those years. The poster reads in Ukrainian: "Long live Adolf Hitler." Source: topwar.ru

War Palace to the Fuhrer from Europe


The palace for the Fuhrer in the new land of Europe - in Ukraine - was then built, of course, by the whole of united Europe.

The headquarters of the leader of Europe was supposed to be modern, fashionable and comfortable. Warm, light, quiet. Invisible and so that

"No one guessed."

But in terms of safety and comfort - at least not lower than the German possessions of the Fuhrer. For example, his home in the Alps was guarded by a team of 4000 people.

Source: After the buttle.com

Field Marshal Erich von Manstein in a book "Lost Victories" recalled the Fuehrer's headquarters in Vinnitsa:

“It was located in a forest, and a lot of money was spent on its equipment.

She had her own water supply and power plant.

It housed Hitler and the OKW headquarters.

The work and living quarters that we now occupied were housed in wooden houses, simply decorated and furnished with taste. "

The interiors of the Werewolf complex. Ukraine. Source: war-documentary.info, lenta.ru

One of the rooms in a group of three buildings called "Casino". Werewolf complex. Source: war-documentary.info



In addition to the bathrooms in the complex "Werewolf" from aqua entertainment, a swimming pool and a bathhouse were also equipped.


A marble pool was specially built for Hitler.

The outdoor pool of the Werewolf complex. It is also sometimes called the "fire pond". Source: war-documentary.info

At Himmler's Zhytomyr headquarters, a tennis court was set up on the lawn near one of the bunkers, and horseback riding was also available. Lover of gambling Goering also kept a casino in his "Quarry", where the Wehrmacht officers were often entertained. (Zhitomir journal. 24.06.2008).

In addition, Field Marshal Erich von Manstein also wrote in his book "Lost Victories":

“We were struck by the system of buried, secretly located sentry dugouts that ran around the entire forest camp.

Hitler obviously wanted to be guarded, but the guards themselves had to remain invisible to him. "

Source: war-documentary.info

Firing position in the Werewolf complex. Source: lenta.ru

During the construction of the Werewolf complex for Hitler in Ukraine, the labor of slaves was mainly used. They worked out the fascist concept of that time.

"Extermination through work."

But after all, in addition to slaves, laborers, qualified personnel were also required?

Construction of an elite residential complex "Werewolf" of Hitler of 80 buildings, conspiratorial under the wooden buildings of a holiday home for the Wehrmacht soldiers. Vinnitsa (suburb). Ukraine. Source: war-documentary.info

It was here that the whole of Europe helped Ukraine with specialized specialists.

Construction of the Werewolf complex. Source: lenta.ru

Various specialists of all stripes were delivered to Ukraine straight from all European countries: from Prague - bridge builders, from Warsaw - cabinetmakers, etc. Handymen, electricians, installers, heating technicians, etc. were brought from the concentration camps.

But at the end of the construction of the Werewolf residential complex, all these European assistants, as well as electricians, cabinet makers, bricklayers, and handymen - all were brought into one pit by the fascist executioners along with many thousands of unnamed prisoners of war who worked day and night on the construction of the monastery for the leader of the Nazis, and destroyed.

How many hundreds of thousands of innocent people were liquidated during the construction process and immediately after the construction of this gigantic elite cottage settlement for Hitler in Ukraine near the village of Strizhevka, near Vinnitsa?

There is still no exact answer to this question.

The work was carried out at a super-urgent accelerated pace. The goals and purpose of the construction were carefully classified. The Nazis deliberately spread rumors that they were building rest homes for German soldiers and officers who were fighting on the Eastern Front. Outwardly, the legend was confirmed by rumors about barracks for almost wounded Fritzes. The project's codename was "a rest house, boarding house or sanitary clinic." Therefore, to strengthen the legend, even a sign was made, as it remained in the memories:

"Sanatorium".

In a short time (over a year), the following were built here: Hitler's villa with an extension-bunker (personal), auxiliary premises for services of Hitler's residence, a bomb shelter, a power plant, two radiotelegraph stations, a dining room for senior officers, a cinema, a casino, a swimming pool, a bathhouse, a press center, a runway, a security room, a hotel, a teahouse and many other buildings - about 80 buildings and structures in total. A railway and a highway were also built. And the armored cable laid underground provided reliable communication with Berlin, Kiev, Kharkov and Rovno.

Beautiful lanterns were installed around the paths in the Werewolf complex.

House No. 8. Street lights in the Werewolf complex Ukraine.

Hitler's press center building. Ukraine. Suburb Vinnytsia... Werewolf complex. 1942 Source: After the buttle.com

From the testimony of Hitler's guard:

“The Werewolf (Werewolf) headquarters in the Vinnitsa region was disguised as a rest home for wounded officers.

A separate bunker was built for Hitler, while a common bunker was available for the rest of the staff of the headquarters.

All staff members lived in ordinary village huts. "


Source: war-documentary.info

This is how the houses on the territory of the Werewolf complex looked. Ukraine. Source: After the buttle.com

Some are persistently trying to impose on us the idea that Hitler himself was supposedly a modest vegetarian, and he seemed to live almost like an ascetic.

But was it really so?

Propaganda myth of the poor sheep from the Berghof Palace


Was Adolf ascetic and modest in everyday life?

It looks like it was a great and meticulously cobbled together myth. A magnificent and pure product of Nazi propaganda.

In total, Hitler had at least 3 nests in Germany: Berlin - Munich - Bavarian Alps. And all of them were carefully polished by design retouching by special architects of German propaganda.

So, during the Third Reich, Hitler maintained three German residences: the old chancellery in Berlin, his Munich apartment and the Wachenfeld house (later Berghof castle) in the Berchtesgaden valley in the Bavarian Alps. There was, however, and the fourth "house". But about him a little later.

We will not argue that the Berlin Chancellery is a pure palace. It goes without saying. Hitler was advised to renovate it there. Which he did. And his German people really liked this, I must say.
Residence No. 1 of the Fuhrer in Germany. Photo from the reception hall in Hitler's old chancery in Berlin (after renovation). Heinrich Hoffmann. Source: trendymen.ru

And in Munich, this fascist wolf also lived like a true oligarch and just like a king.

The Fuhrer's guard during interrogation reported:

"Hitler also instructed me to organize the security of his apartment in Munich, located on the 2nd floor of a private house at 16 Prinzregentenplatz".

The British newspaper Daily Telegraph on April 25, 1935 published an article about the completion of the renovation (stylists-propagandists were the same) in the Munich apartment of the Nazi leader:

"The décor of his apartment matches the German heroic color scheme of blue, gold and white, famous in Wagner's operas, and the whole furnishings are in the same style."

Photo of the Fuhrer's house in Munich. General view and interiors of the 1930s Russian state military archive. F. 1511k. Op. 1.D. 71. L. 39, 40, 43, 44. Photos.

Hitler's third house in Germany was a villa, which also looked more like a palace than a dacha for a modest and ascetic in the Alps.

Source: realt.onliner.by. You can also watch 3Dmodel

This house, bought by him and renovated by propaganda architects, was decorated with expensive Persian carpets and tapestries, as well as exquisite antique furniture, mostly German.

While some researchers they also argue that those, by no means modest, interiors of the Nazi leader - were also nothing more than a product of pure propaganda. And that they were created exclusively by political strategists and with the expectation of "emotional bribery" of certain layers of not only German, but also foreign audiences.

There was a social demand for such a leader - so the propagandists sculpted what the masses and elites "ordered". Including through the design of a special style of home interiors.

His Bavarian residence, it turns out, did not even reach the true ambitions of Hitler. That's what he is about her himself говорил:

“I was afraid that, because of its size, the house would not fit into the landscape, and I was very glad that it came to the right place.

Actually, I would like to have a bigger house».

Photo of Hitler's mansion - the alpine house of Wachenfeld (later Berghof) (a large and carefully guarded complex by 4000 military). Designers have edited every inch of the interior of the leader of the Third Reich. Source: time.com, maboulette.wordpress.com, fotostrana.ru

Take a look for yourself at these interiors of the alpine castle of this most bloodthirsty destroyer of peaceful people, preserved on specially printed postcards for the wide masses of the gullible German population in 1936.

Above: Living room at Chalet Berghof. Below: View of the Alps from the great hall of the Berghof estate. Postcards, 1936. Heinrich Hoffmann collection. Bavarian State Library. Source: businessinsider.com

By the way, it was Hitler (at the suggestion of his image-architects) who pioneered the “work from home” movement, that is, the distant that is so stubbornly and so persistently today imposed on the peoples of the world and is now being introduced intensively and everywhere.

They say that Hitler preferred to destroy cities and villages to zero, sitting in an armchair just in this alpine palace of his. Some of the experts even claim that Adolf himself invented and founded the "remote" format. Let's not argue with that either.

One way or another, but, in fact, the large hall of his Berghof suburban palace was that ominous "remote office" from where he ran his fascist empire and practically gave a remote signal to his accomplices to turn on the "fire", including in the gas chambers of concentration camps for dissidents. And all this: sitting or lying on a comfortable sofa in an expensive and stylish living room at his Alpine German estate Berghof.

All of these three residences of Hitler were meticulously renovated (read edited by the censorship of the Third Reich) in the mid-1930s and fully contributed to the creation of a new, sophisticated and crystal clear personality of the Fuhrer, adored by the German people.

Yes, he also had a fourth house, by the way. Also in Germany. And also in the Alps. It turns out that the Nazi party comrades-in-arms gave the Fuehrer a luxurious villa for his fiftieth anniversary (construction cost 30 million Reichsmarks).

"Tiny" gift for the fiftieth birthday. From colleagues in the Nazi party. Eagle's Nest multi-storey tea house. Hitler's fourth palace. In the Alps. Source: landmarkscout.com

So, this fourth residence, like a gift horse to Hitler (a gift from fellow Nazis, who, of course, do not look in the mouth and do not consider its cost), is still intact. The Americans accidentally forgot to blow up this house of Hitler. So today this cute and cozy nest of the Nazi leader and assassin is still shamelessly exposed. Sensitive German tourists, who are still admired by the incorruptibility of the leader of the fascists, continue to visit it in droves.

This is how professional image architects everywhere and always sculpted a lamb out of this sadistic wolf. Including through artificially created interiors, both outside and inside his personal residences.

The same was done, in essence, with the Werewolf project, with the very elite village of Hitler in Ukraine, outwardly disguised as a supposedly modest rest home for German soldiers.

By the way, the Germans in Ukraine during the occupation published 190 propaganda newspapers with a total circulation of 1 million copies. In addition, there were also radio stations and a cinema network.

Exploded Berghof Palace of Hitler in the Alps. Source: collections.ushmm.org. But the teahouse (multi-storey) of Hitler was sacrilegiously preserved by the Germans and they still lead excursions there.

7-storey underground palace of Hitler in Ukraine?


And now we want to present to you the version that everything that was located on the surface, so to speak, of Hitler's estate near Vinnitsa - this, it turns out, was only a cover for something more grandiose. Namely, those premises that were underground.

This is, as you know, not about those concrete bunkers that rose above the surface (and were blown up). And about something else.

Various sources run a version about a certain seven-story underground room under the Werewolf. Three entrances from the surface allegedly led into it, and all of them have been blown up to date. In addition, it is argued that these premises are flooded with water.


One of the three entrances to the Werewolf underground multi-storey complex. 1942 Source: war-documentary.info

According to one of the published schemes, Hitler's secret apartments were located on the minus fifth floor (if you count from the ground level downwards). In the drawings, they are designated as on the third (out of seven) floor, if we count up from the underground foundation.

Information about multi-storey buildings underground was first provided by the military commandant of Vinnitsa I. Bekker in September 1944. He also drew a diagram of the Werewolf underground base, indicating seven underground levels and the same mysterious compartment, where the Red Army men could not enter during the capture of the object.

It is curious that the dimensions of the floor of Hitler's lair closest to the surface of the earth coincide with the scheme that was restored by the Vinnitsa lawyer and staff member of the state security agencies, Major General Ivan Maksimovich Zagorodny in his a book "Hitler's headquarters" Werewolf "in space and time".

Here it is - this scheme.

Scheme of Hitler's seven-level underground palace "Werewolf" (compiled by General IM Zagorodny). Ukraine. Source: drive2.ru

This general writes that the meaning of the unusual dwelling facility of the Nazis "Werewolf" was precisely that it was built not upward, but inward. That is, on the contrary, contrary to common sense.

Referring to the information made public in the public domain, as well as the opportunity to professionally study some documents, he reports that the topic of the Werewolf complex (Ukraine), after many years of oblivion in Vinnitsa, came up again in 1989.

On the territory of the former headquarters, search and research work was launched within the framework of the complex Hermes program of the USSR Ministry of Higher Education, to which 14 universities of the Soviet Union joined at once.

“With the help of satellite imagery, important data were obtained: underground structures, branches of cable lines, water supply, heating, drainage systems were outlined, possible locations of passages and emergency exits from underground labyrinths were indicated.

Unique instruments revealed voids - underground premises, the area of ​​occurrence of which is huge: seven hundred by three hundred meters (700x300 m).

Preparations were made for drilling wells - through them it was planned to lower television cameras underground, which were supposed to inspect and check the communications, explore the galleries, including for the presence of explosives and chemicals in them.

Thus, according to the data obtained by scientists, I.M. Zagorodny concludes that the reinforced concrete blocks scattered over the territory of the Werewolf (Werewolf) are just the remains of ground structures after a ground explosion.

THEM. Zagorodny writes:

“The main premises, as well as the communication passages, were carved into superhard granite at a depth of 10-15 meters under a layer of sandy soil.

There is every reason to hope that they survived.

By the way, there is an opinion that when the bunkers are opened, an explosion will occur, which will turn Vinnitsa into ruins. And even the Southern Bug will change its direction.

This development of events is assumed, since it is not known whether all the charges went off when the Werewolf was detonated.

However, until the end, research work was not carried out - there was not enough technology and finance.

And then the Union collapsed. "

This author from Vinnitsa also reports that he learned from reliable sources that the territory of this former village of Hitler in Ukraine is now the Germans who are keenly interested in... In particular, the territory of the "Werewolf" is almost ready to purchase the BMW concern on any terms... However, of course,

"Pedantic Germans were waiting for the land in Ukraine to become a legal commodity."

And since a significant part of the territory of Hitler's ex-village in Ukraine (the so-called Zone II) after the collapse of the USSR, as experts write, has already been privatized there by private individuals, it seems that it will not present much difficulty to the Germans today from Ukrainian competitors.

So we just have to wait a little, watching the Germans soon return to Ukraine for the treasures left there or the secrets of Hitler.

Instead of a conclusion: Hitler's throne was found in the USA


In 2021, world and Russian the media reported that the cover from his personal toilet bowl, stolen in 1945 from Hitler's house in the Alps, was finally found. Surfaced at an auction in the States.

75 years later, it turned out that this detail, among other trophies, was then stolen from the Fuhrer by an American soldier Ragnwald Borch, who, together with the French army, was one of the first to be then at Hitler's residence. And this year, the son of that same soldier put this item from the Nazi leader's toilet up for sale at an auction in the United States. Moreover, this American earned almost one and a half million rubles on a purely outhouse throne of the Fuhrer.

And world newspapers, as usual, immediately came out with headlines about the fact that the stolen "Throne of the Dictator" is now being resold in the United States.

On the lid of Hitler's toilet bowl, the owner of the lot posted a photo of the same American troika that expropriated this item from Hitler's palace. And also the owner of the rarity placed there a caricature of the Fuhrer. Source: kp.ru

The lot description said:

"You can hardly imagine what the tyrant was planning, contemplating the world from such a height!"
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  1. Lech from Android.
    Lech from Android. 2 March 2021 04: 51
    +3
    What an interesting article, so many unknown details ... I swallowed it with pleasure.
    Thank you Irina for this work. hi ... it would be nice to indicate sources of information at the end of the article for complete happiness.
    1. Destiny
      Destiny 2 March 2021 05: 42
      +8
      Everything is detailed, with feeling, sensibly, with arrangement, there are a lot of photographs - apparently the author did his best, thank you, not that there was only one here ...
      1. Sofa batyr
        Sofa batyr 2 March 2021 06: 23
        +5
        The poster reads in Ukrainian: "Long live Adolf Hitler."


        And after 80 years it is relevant ...
        1. Vladimir Mashkov
          Vladimir Mashkov 2 March 2021 14: 38
          +3
          The article is interesting, he began reluctantly, but could not come off to the end. Although not without flaws, as the commentators said. Thanks to everyone - especially the author. And to know history of course. It is good that there are no fools, as before, shouting that "there is nothing to advertise Hitler."
          1. Vladimir Mashkov
            Vladimir Mashkov 2 March 2021 15: 10
            -2
            And I consider fantasies about a dungeon a fairy tale invented by cunning people to attract the attention of curious tourists, to lure them with a mysterious Secret... That does not exclude the presence of 2-3 air-raid shelters, which are not deep. Dungeons in a temporary rate are nonsense.
            1. Doliva63
              Doliva63 2 March 2021 16: 28
              +3
              Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
              And I consider fantasies about a dungeon a fairy tale invented by cunning people to attract the attention of curious tourists, to lure them with a mysterious Secret... That does not exclude the presence of 2-3 air-raid shelters, which are not deep. Dungeons in a temporary rate are nonsense.

              Well, if this Werewolf was on the list, so to speak, of Hitler's bunkers, then the dungeons should not be ruled out. I was only in one, or rather, even in his "dressing room" - the so-called Olga's bunker, so there, I remember, 3 floors underground with a ceiling height of 5 meters, probably. And an underground exit to the river, and an underground narrow-gauge railway. Is it shallow? Moreover, Hitler in the vicinity, it seems, was only seen once. The whole point is that the labor of prisoners of war and concentration camp prisoners was free and very intensive, to put it mildly.
      2. your1970
        your1970 April 10 2021 22: 36
        0
        Quote: Destiny
        Everything is detailed, with feeling, sensibly, with arrangement, there are a lot of photographs - apparently the author did his best, thank you, not that there was only one here ...

        1) transplanted pines in such quantities will not take root. There will be significant bald spots
        2) in granite manually 7 floors in a year? !!! No rock dumps ??! With full unmasking ??!

        Z. Y. Ground bunkers were built - to protect against bombing (on the principle of anti-aircraft towers). Quite realistic in terms of timing and complexity. No more...
        Underground narrow-gauge railways and other nonsense - a lure for tourists
  2. tasha
    tasha 2 March 2021 05: 01
    +11
    The first impression is quiet horror ...
    For example only:
    But what if we measure this Hitler's fiefdom in Ukraine “in palaces”? And compare the area of ​​Hitler's dwelling with the dimensions, for example, of the most famous and largest 15 palaces in the world?
    Author, why compare the area of ​​the fenced area in the forest with the size of the palaces? Did you know that there are over 1000 rooms in Windsor Castle (!)?
    "The total area of ​​the Hermitage halls is over 233 thousand square meters, the exposition and exhibition area is 66,8 thousand square meters."

    White living room. Buckingham Palace.
    1. Aleksandr1971
      Aleksandr1971 2 March 2021 05: 25
      +4
      It is clear that the modest Hitler was only pretending for the sake of greater popularity. And it is clear that he liked to live in a big way. But in comparison with the opportunities available to him, Hitler really lived modestly. After all, if he sent the work of not hundreds of prisoners of war, but millions, to the construction of palaces, then he could build palaces as high as the pyramid of Egypt and with internal areas of millions of square meters, covering these areas with semiprecious stones and precious metals.

      But overall the article is good and interesting. Hitler really was not who he wanted to appear in front of the German public. Therefore, your, taskha (Mikhail Kitaev), somewhat critical response to the article, I do not share.
      1. tasha
        tasha 2 March 2021 05: 54
        +1
        Alexander, the main idea of ​​the article is that on the territory of the USSR Hitler built himself luxurious residences comparable to such masterpieces as the Hermitage, Windsor Castle, Versailles and others. The author tries to prove this using expressions like:
        Exotic Hitler's Palace in Ukraine "Werewolf" with aqua entertainment and a casino was built as the most gigantic elite office and residential complex in Europe in wartime format, consisting of at least 80 buildings. How is Hitlertown?

        Hitler's eight-room suite in a village of 80 log houses in Ukraine

        a giant elite cottage village
        .

        Hitler's ostentatious asceticism is a separate issue and, if desired, can become the topic of a good article.
    2. The leader of the Redskins
      The leader of the Redskins 2 March 2021 08: 35
      -4
      Apparently, for a catchphrase, the author calls all the rooms where the frantic Adi lived as palaces. Although even the photo shows that these are just well-renovated apartments / residences.
    3. An64
      An64 2 March 2021 08: 45
      +2
      Is the "elite residential complex" very often used by the author - is it an act of mockery or an attempt to describe the rate of the Nazi leader in modern slang?
    4. Olgovich
      Olgovich 2 March 2021 09: 09
      +2
      Quote: tasha
      The first impression is quiet horror ..

      impression-ferocious graphomania.

      .
      Quote: tasha
      The author, why compare the area abouturban area in the forest with the size of palaces?

      it's generally five! lol Then my SOT -more Hitler's Palace! yes

      The outdoor pool of the Werewolf complex. It is also sometimes called the "fire pond".

      if firefighter the pond is a swimming pool, then the bidet is aqua entertainment. yes


      Again in one unimaginable heap of alps, airplanes, Vinnytsia, "houses from .... log cabins" lol , booths, baths and Hitlers with bormans.

      So, where is the PALACE? belay request recourse
      1. Richard
        Richard 3 March 2021 01: 44
        +4
        Impression-fierce graphomania

        Yes, it's okay, let Ms. Frolova better explain how these articles differ from each other, find a couple of differences, so to speak, because they are 100% identical yes

        I. Frolova: Exotic Hitler's Palace in Ukraine "Werewolf" with aqua entertainment and a casino was built as the most gigantic elite office and residential complex in Europe in wartime format, consisting of at least 80 buildings. How is Hitlertown? In the previous article "Hitler's Palace in Ukraine: Secret Trips" we managed to tell you in detail about only one visit of Hitler to Ukraine. But Hitler had many such tours in Ukraine.
        .
        It should be noted that both the copying of other people's articles and the posting by the authors of the material transferred to VO in other resources is strictly prohibited.
        Or here - if you can't, but you really want to, then you can request
        1. Richard
          Richard 3 March 2021 02: 00
          0
          A colleague drew attention to the DNR-ovsky trace of this article at 17:25 Insurgent
          1. Insurgent
            Insurgent 3 March 2021 09: 07
            +2
            Quote: Richard
            Colleague Insurgent drew attention to the DNR trace of this article at 17:25




            "Nothing", no"traces from the DPR to the article", I did not mean by my comment No.

            It was only the answer to:
            Quote: Alexander Kopychev
            With a certain amount of gloating, I read both articles, since 40 years after the events described, he served in the 12th Guards SMALL tank division near Berlin.
  3. paco.soto
    paco.soto 2 March 2021 05: 26
    +7
    Neutral opinion of a foreigner, I read the article: I learned a lot of new things for myself, which is especially appreciated at my age. Thank you.
    I was unpleasantly amazed at the "newspeak" like: (The Nazi chief visited the Ukrainian city of Uman on August 28, 1941 to meet there personally the Italian military units, who rushed headlong to his aid to capture Donbass.) It seems to me that this event should be described here with a different set of words from the "vocabulary of professional terms, and not Kiselyovshchina". But this is a detail that is important only to me - a meticulous old man, the article itself - was read with pleasure from the discovery of unknown historical events.
  4. Free wind
    Free wind 2 March 2021 05: 32
    +6
    I would hesitate to call a log shed, or a stable, a palace. laughing
    1. sleeve
      sleeve 2 March 2021 05: 52
      +7
      Perfectly collected material. But still, attempts to compare chalets and log houses with architectural masterpieces are somewhat strained ... Thank you for the information.
    2. Avior
      Avior 2 March 2021 08: 18
      0
      This requires a special talent - to see one thing and write another. Not everyone can.
  5. Catfish
    Catfish 2 March 2021 07: 03
    +3
    ... the same mysterious compartment, where the Red Army men could not enter during the capture of the object.


    Did they capture him, as I understood that everything had already been blown up to the approach of our units. And what is this "mysterious compartment", which of ours tried to penetrate, why didn't it work? Ambiguity.

    In any case, thanks to the author for the quality work done and for the interesting article. hi
    1. The leader of the Redskins
      The leader of the Redskins 2 March 2021 14: 52
      -7
      And there is. Personally, I have not been, but I know a couple of people who went to the ruins of the "palace". Pieces of concrete. But what impressed them was that the fittings were practically not corroded by rust.
      1. Insurgent
        Insurgent 2 March 2021 16: 19
        +7
        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        And there is. Personally, I have not been, but I know a couple of people who went to the ruins of the "palace". Pieces of concrete. But what impressed them was that the fittings were practically not corroded by rust.


        How can she rust if her Banderlog licks to shine?
        1. The leader of the Redskins
          The leader of the Redskins 2 March 2021 16: 25
          -7
          Did you realize that you wrote nonsense?
          My friends were there even during the Soviet era. Ava's phobias are no longer even funny.
          1. Insurgent
            Insurgent 2 March 2021 17: 21
            +2
            Quote: Leader of the Redskins
            Did you realize that you wrote nonsense?
            My friends were there even during the Soviet era. Ava's phobias are no longer even funny.

            Op-pa fellow And Banderlog, on a wave charming sticks , "suddenly, out of nowhere" materialized? And Kravchuk, Bandera mug, did not hide his essence under his party card?
            1. Catfish
              Catfish 2 March 2021 17: 32
              -3
              And what about Kravchuk here? Again "elderberry in the garden, and uncle in Kiev", didn't you get tired of it yourself?
              1. Insurgent
                Insurgent 2 March 2021 17: 37
                +1
                Quote: Sea Cat
                And what about Kravchuk here? Again "elderberry in the garden, and uncle in Kiev", didn't you get tired of it yourself?

                Stop stop ,Stop stop , wait stop
                Do you deny the fact of Kravchuk's Bandera past, and are inclined to ignore his current Russophobia?
                Should I get tired of calling things happening in the ex-Ukraine by their proper names, and stop mentioning those "kravchuks" who were behind all this?

                Who are you in life, yourself? To ask the question - "I'm not tired", me?
                1. Catfish
                  Catfish 2 March 2021 17: 59
                  -8
                  I lay on Kravchuk with his past from the high bell tower.
                  But in life I am an adult and it is not for you, a narcissistic dullard, to teach me life. Don't take too much on yourself, there won't be enough to wash your pants. You are no one and I can’t call you anyway, and I don’t ask you questions, because the answer is known in advance.
              2. The leader of the Redskins
                The leader of the Redskins 2 March 2021 17: 59
                -9
                In no case! The non-citizen Insurgent is trying to stick Bandera / fascism / Nazism to anything, where only Ukroin is mentioned at least geographically! Academician Pavlov was not able to develop reflexes in his wards as quickly as propaganda.
  6. Alexander Kopychev
    Alexander Kopychev 2 March 2021 07: 23
    +6
    With a certain amount of gloating, I read both articles, since 40 years after the events described, he served in the 12th Guards SMALL tank division near Berlin.
    1. Insurgent
      Insurgent 2 March 2021 17: 25
      +3
      Quote: Alexander Kopychev
      With a certain amount of gloating, I read both articles, since 40 years after the events described, he served in the 12th Guards SMALL tank division near Berlin.


      wink Pay attention to the upper left corner of the ad. This is the DNR.

      1. Alexander Kopychev
        Alexander Kopychev 2 March 2021 17: 31
        0
        The tank battalion is not waiting for me ... The main striking force of the 12th Guards. etc. there was a missile division that way for a couple of Hiroshims. I provided contact with him. soldier
        1. Insurgent
          Insurgent 3 March 2021 08: 23
          +1
          Quote: Alexander Kopychev
          The tank battalion is not waiting for me ... The main striking force of the 12th Guards. etc. there was a missile division that way for a couple of Hiroshims. I provided contact with him.

          Is waiting yes , waiting yes , and hopes yes
          Or do you think that since we do not have a missile battalion, then we do not need communications?
          1. Alexander Kopychev
            Alexander Kopychev 3 March 2021 11: 26
            +1
            "... war is a matter of young people, a medicine against wrinkles ..." I might have jerked out of despair - almost two months have passed since I buried my wife and there is no rest ... Only I am practically already visually impaired, unfortunately.
            1. Insurgent
              Insurgent 3 March 2021 13: 37
              +2
              Quote: Alexander Kopychev
              "... war is a matter of young people, a cure for wrinkles ..."

              Alas, I am not a youth myself, but while I can at least something, feeling that I need it, I will have to strain.
              Quote: Alexander Kopychev
              I might have jerked with despair - almost two months have passed since I buried my wife and there is no rest ... Only I am practically already visually impaired, unfortunately.

              My regrets and condolences. Nobody has the right to blame you.
  7. svp67
    svp67 2 March 2021 07: 28
    +5
    In 1943, Hitler arrived in Zaporozhye to see Field Marshal von Manstein. "
    And there was a chance that with the normal development of our offensive, he could be under the threat of capture by the advancing troops of the Red Army, but no luck ... (((
    1. Avior
      Avior 2 March 2021 08: 16
      +4
      Unfortunately, ours didn't make it that time.
  8. paco.soto
    paco.soto 2 March 2021 07: 34
    +4
    Although there is no time catastrophically - I started looking for the photo. This Russian-language material seemed interesting:
    https://republic.com.ua/article/28190-vervolf-o-sosnovoy-roshche-pod-vinnicey-v-kotoroy-fyurer-proigral-voynu-s-sssr.html
  9. Avior
    Avior 2 March 2021 07: 53
    +11
    One gets the impression that the author was instructed or he set out to write about the "palaces of Hitler" and he doesn't care how it was in reality
    As a result, the hut turned into a palace, a fire pond and a bathhouse for personnel into an aqua complex, and an officer's canteen into a casino.
    It looks especially comical against the background of the fact that the article contains photos of this "palace". When did the author write the article, did he watch them, or simply attached them to the article? Or did the editors do it, but she herself did not see them at all? How could THIS be called a palace? Something like a wartime hammered hut? How can you write about the "palace" if you have a photo? It is necessary not to respect readers at all in order to read such an article. Or the author treats the readers according to the principle from the anecdote "who do you believe - your shameless eyes or your beloved wife?"
    About Hitler's trips to Ukraine during the war.
    Hitler did not go there for country tourism, but on business and did not stay in debt, which was required by the circumstances.
    In Zaporozhye, for example, Hitler was four times for the sake of meetings with Meinstein, and not in order to admire the local landscapes. Of these, only once for three days, and he lived in very ascetic conditions, the rest - less than one day, moreover, during one of the arrivals, he fell under the attack of Soviet tanks and urgently had to make his legs, it's a pity, ours did not reach the airfield that time during the breakout.
    Only a person who is completely ignorant of the topic can write about the "palaces" of Hitler, Hitler, although he was a scoundrel, in life was distinguished by asceticism and did not strive for luxury. If we were to write about the fascists, it made sense to write about Goering, who really had a penchant for luxury.
    I would not be surprised now if the press goes with a link to VO and writes about Hitler's palaces to the laughter of people in the subject: ((((...
  10. Undecim
    Undecim 2 March 2021 08: 27
    +14
    We repeat, Hitler's military headquarters "Werewolf" became the largest object of this kind not only in Europe, but also in the history of World War II. It occupied 162 square meters of total area
    The autoressa throws at the fan tirelessly, while diligently using the technique developed by one lame colleague of the owner Führerhauptquartier Werwolf.
    If we translate hectares into square centimeters, then the figure will turn out to be even more impressive. But this is not the main thing. The main thing is that the autoress continues to lie.
    Werwolf does not belong to the "largest objects of its kind" in any way. For comparison, the total area of ​​Hitler's Wolfsschanze headquarters in East Prussia is 800 hectares, that is, 8 square meters. It's even scary to imagine how many European palaces will fit there according to the autoressy method.
    How many hundreds of thousands of innocent people were liquidated during the construction process and immediately after the construction of this gigantic elite cottage settlement for Hitler in Ukraine near the village of Strizhevka, near Vinnitsa?
    There is still no exact answer to this question.

    Again time without hesitation.
    Even in the Soviet film "Insolence", released on screens in 1972, this figure is given in the credits - 46 people.
    In addition to the lies of the auto press, she shamelessly copies and pastes someone else's book - the documentary story "At the Wolf's Lair", which was written back in 1977.
  11. bistrov.
    bistrov. 2 March 2021 08: 41
    +6
    Personally, in 1982, passing by, I visited the site of "Hitler's headquarters", but I could not see anything special there, except for rarely scattered blocks of concrete, a swimming pool was preserved, though already without marble, some overgrown pits, everything around was overgrown with young pine forest. They say they found hoods that still work, but then I did not find anything of the kind. Locals then avoided visiting this place, considering it cursed.
    After 1990, a mass pilgrimage of exotic lovers began there, everything was trampled there, so I heard that this place is now fenced off and a guard is installed.
    1. Avior
      Avior 2 March 2021 16: 54
      0
      there was no marble on the pool, it was a fire pond, in the summer it was covered with a camouflage net.
      Water was supplied from the pond through an underground utility network to fire hydrants in different parts of the Wehrwolf. The headquarters fire department was stationed in Zone 2 (Sperrkreis II) and used to conduct regular drills with no less than three actual fires during one and a half years of service. Once upon a time, this site was a wooden storage used for storing firefighting equipment. The firefighter's pond was covered with camouflage nets and concrete walls, with no direct sunlight, resulting in cool, even cold water even in the summer months.

      https://war-documentary.info/wehrwolf-hitlers-headquarters/
  12. An64
    An64 2 March 2021 08: 52
    +5
    It would be interesting to read about Himmler's program for the resettlement of Germans to Ukraine in the so-called Hegewald. About what was done in Hegewald, about the transformation of landscapes in the German way, about the cultivation of cotton and other agricultural crops that are not characteristic of Ukraine. How many German families were resettled, where ours were evicted ... I came across only fragmentary information (including in the archives), but I have not come across a complete documentary description.
  13. An64
    An64 2 March 2021 09: 06
    +5

    Oh, and I know where such fire hydrants are and still function. fellow
  14. Free wind
    Free wind 2 March 2021 09: 18
    +2
    Why would Hitler have a pool if he could not swim. What's on the barbershop table? Maybe some kind of stirrer, or beat the Fritzes on the cheeks so that they are rosy.
    1. Yuri Tverdokhleb
      Yuri Tverdokhleb 2 March 2021 10: 34
      +3
      It looks like a fly swatter, so as not to eat the motherland.
  15. Victorio
    Victorio 2 March 2021 11: 05
    +4
    Hitler's Palace in Ukraine: "Werewolf"
    ===
    directly prophetic combination of words hitler, ukraine and werewolf

    ps thanks to the author of the article for the work
  16. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 2 March 2021 13: 06
    +11
    With the palaces of some people and here and there, our contemporaries, and what with palaces, with summer cottages and with apartments - do not even compare.
    "Clean, but poor." (C) hi
  17. BAI
    BAI 2 March 2021 14: 22
    0
    What is this site hr-archive.com? There is hitler-archive.com. Hitler's archive - biography of Adolf Hitler in pictures.
  18. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 2 March 2021 16: 27
    +3
    It is a pity that the author did not indicate how many Soviet prisoners of war participated in the construction of these structures and how many were destroyed. How many Soviet reconnaissance groups took part in the search for the headquarters near Vinnitsa and much more. It was much more interesting than reading about Hitler's pot and who stole him.
  19. vladcub
    vladcub 2 March 2021 17: 23
    +2
    "he almost took the Caucasus and Stalingrad" he planned a lot of things and not only in Vinnitsa
  20. IPC 245
    IPC 245 9 March 2021 06: 47
    +9
    Inside, using photographs and archival documents, historians have reproduced the interior of several rooms of this Ukrainian residence of Hitler.

    Well, with all the desire, it is difficult to call it a palace ...
  21. RoTTor
    RoTTor 9 March 2021 18: 11
    0
    The current Ukrainian. False patriots are so stupid and / or corrupt that they do not understand, do they pretend that they do not understand that Hitler never planned any independent Ukraine and it could never exist?
    Fertile land - for distribution to the Germans, the Ukrtuzem people - to work on the Germans until they are completely used up - ukrarbeiters, servants, auxiliary punishers for especially nasty tasks, necessarily stupid and underachieved, who know German words for executing commands, less than a German shepherd.
    The last task is the total idiocy of the Ukrainian. the population was solved more successfully than the Nazi criminals Rosenberg and STREICHER could have dreamed: ukrarbeiters go to Germany themselves and for their own money - without raids and convoys and with great joy
  22. Petrik66
    Petrik66 5 May 2021 11: 14
    0
    Compared to the houses of our oligarchs and officials - well, so-so, poor. For example, compare with Yakunin's pitchfork - the former chief in Russian Railways ?! And the technologies about the interior interiors, probably the same ones that were used by the Tsrushniki in the film with the voice acting of the canal.