Thanks - but I do NOT rely on this kind of information; Wikipedia is very popular but everybody can write or publish whatever he/she wants. People do not even know what to look at while visiting the site...!
After our (I have a very fine and accurate co-author, Mr Andrew SHVACHKO from Kiev) results, we organized a guided tour on-site for the TOURGUIDES of the local Museum in Winniza... They were shocked when we pointed them out where to look and what is there to be seen and to talk about... Believe me, they now know my name...!!!
As there is very few adequate info on the former FHQu "Wehrwolf" and the most interesting and accurate files are in the hands of the former KGB in Moscow and Kiev, it is HARD to get to the point.
I own, IMHO, the largest library upon this single subject in all different languages from all over the world. And I read personally
ALL 5,000 pages of the original RSD - Gruppe OST files in the archives...
For the time being, I am planning three
- a "Visitor Guide to the former FHQu "Wehrwolf"
- in English & Russian (finished now);
- a photoalbum "The former FHQu "Wehrwolf" Then & Now
: nearly finished; and
- THE book for the history buffs: "The FHQu "Wehrwolf
" - later this year.