Here’s an interesting finding from a Latvian forest – five hermetic containers intended for German saboteurs, who acted in the time of WWII in the rear of Red Army. All these seventy years the containers were reliably protected from moisture, so the contents are preserved even better than it could be at a warehouse.
Hand grenade RGD-33. The cap well is empty.
Polish offensive grenade.
Inscriptions on the revolver covered with a layer of preservative lubricant.
Bullets in a perfect condition.
Estimate the size of a container.
Explosives disguised to look like coal. They were thrown onto coal piles at railway stations, then they got into a locomotive furnace and incapacitated it.
Empty cartridge case of a German pistol was used for storage of blasting caps.
German case for blasting caps.
Fuze inside the container.
A couple of grenades RGD-33.
A box of 100 blasting caps.
Made in Solingen.