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People at the site of an encampment called the Wolf's Lair, which was used as Adolph Hitler's headquarters during part of World War II, in Belzyce, Poland, Aug. 29, 2012. After years of disrepair and neglect, the Polish government has decided that the Wolf's Lair holds valuable history lessons that need to be preserved, especially amid signs that right-wing ideologies of hate and blame are taking root in corners of Europe. (Adam Lach/The New York Times) - XNYT130