Wolfsschlucht I

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One of the two bunkers which made up the complex

Führerhauptquartier Wolfsschlucht I (Wolf's Gorge) was the codename for one of Adolf Hitler's military headquarters, located in a farmhouse of the Belgian village of Brûly-de-Pesche, in the municipality of Couvin, close to the French border. It was occupied by Hitler between 6–24 June 1940 while awaiting the conclusion of the Battle of France.[1][2]


  1. ^ Keegan, John (1977). The Rand McNally Encyclopedia of World War II. Rand McNally. ISBN 9780528810602.
  2. ^ Bekker, Cajus (1977). Hitler's Naval War. ISBN 9780356045085.

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Coordinates: 50°00′06″N 4°27′33″E / 50.00167°N 4.45917°E / 50.00167; 4.45917