Hitler came to Wolf's Lair with his adjutants on 24 of June 1941. He spent over 800 days here. Life of all residents focused around him. In 1944 more than 2000 people lived here, among them only 20 women (Eva Braun never visited Wolf's Lair)

Residential buildings were constructed in a relatively modest but functional way. There was a small room to work in lit mostly by daylight which had basic equipment like wooden cabinets, shelving for files, tables, chairs and stools. Most of the rooms had parquet floors.

Führer's working day begun with receiving reports from the battle fronts.

Between 9.00 and 10.00 Hitler would go out with his dog for a walk which no one could disturb without special reason.

At approximately 10.30 Hitler would begin looking through the morning mail which was delivered to headquarters from Berlin by aircraft or courier trains.

Consultation was at about 12.00 . After meetings Hitler would have lunch. Until September 1942 he ate meals in the dining room of casino I and later in his bunker. The number of guests during a meal at the casino was limited and consisted of people closest to Hitler.

“Evening meetings” were held at about 18.00 during which problems of airspace war were mostly dealt with. Those meetings lasted for approximately one hour and usually took place in Hitler's work room.

The dates of Hitler's visits in Wolf's Lair: June 24, 1941 - July 16, 1942, November 1, 1942 - November 7, 1942, November 23, 1942 - February 17, 1943, March 13, 1943 - March 19, 1943, May 9, 1943 - May 21, 1943, July 1, 1943 -18 July 1943, July 20, 1943 - February 27, 1944, July 14, 1944 - November 20, 1944.