The Templars built the city of Frankopol from wood, so it has not survived. But the Frankopol underground dungeon has survived.
The Frankopol dungeon is a large intersection where underground tunnels from different directions converge. These underground passages are many hundreds and thousands of kilometers long. It is known for certain that the underground passages leading from the Gubkovsky castle, Gorodnitsa and Koretsky castle converge here. Presumably, one of the branches goes in the direction of the Zvyagel castle (Novograd-Volynsky) and even further – to Guyva (Zhytomyr).
Werwolf (Wehrmacht headquarters) – Hitler’s headquarters near the village of Strizhavka, not far from Vinnitsa (Ukraine). It was a complex of buildings that included the following objects: premises for Hitler and two underground bunkers, the Gestapo building, a telephone exchange, a dining room for senior officials and officers, 12 residential buildings for generals and senior staff officers, and a swimming pool.
The facility was fenced around the perimeter with a 2.5-meter-high netting over which two rows of barbed wire were stretched. A large number of pillboxes, machine-gun and artillery positions were built around the facility.
A small airfield, a power station and a water tower were also built nearby.
Hitler’s bunker was a concrete structure that went underground for several floors, one of which was on the surface. The walls of the bunker are very thick, several meters.
In 1942, Hitler transferred the general staff and his headquarters to Vinnitsa from the headquarters “Wolf’s Lair” (German Wolfsschanze) near Rastenburg (East Prussia). During the Great Patriotic War, Hitler came to Werwolf three times, lived there for a long time and led. There he signed important documents, in particular, Directive No. 45 on the capture of the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus, Stalingrad and the subsequent offensive on Baku and operational order No. 5 on the encirclement and destruction of Red Army units on the Kursk Bulge. It was here in August – September 1943 that Hitler decided the fate of Donbass. The commander of Army Group South, Field Marshal Manstein, demanded 12 divisions from him to keep this strategically important area.
On March 15, 1944, the Germans blew up the entrances to Hitler’s bunker, facilities and all communications of the headquarters.
Hitler considered ancient history to be very important. He spent a lot of effort and money searching for ancient artifacts and everything connected with it. Hitler chose this place to build his headquarters, because it is a large crossroads of ancient underground tunnels. From here, underground tunnels diverge in different directions: to Moscow, to Berlin and further to Paris, as well as in other directions. If the line “Moscow – Werwolf” continues further on the map to the south-west, then it goes to Accra, the capital of Ghana. Acre or Saint-Jean-d’Acr is the capital of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in Palestine. This means that Accra, the capital of Ghana, was founded by the Templars. The Templars sailed to India, China and America long before Vasco da Gama and Christopher Columbus. Most likely, the Templars had their offices in Sarai-Batu, the capital of the Golden Horde, and Karakorum, the capital of the Mongol Empire. This means that underground tunnels from Werwolf can reach these cities.
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