We can't deny the fact that there are lots of people out there who love to search for treasures. Some of them believe that there are different treasures hidden everywhere and they won't stop until they find the most mind-blowing treasure!
Now, there's this Russian personnel who used a metal detector to sweep fr an un-exploded mines in the battlefields of World War II. With a little searching and using of metal detector, they found a lock box perfectly intact. The said lock box belongs to an unknown German soldier.
They were sweeping over a dangerous minefield used 70 years ago when they detected a larger than the usual find in a Nevsky Pyataachok Field, the site of the bloodiest campaigns bakc in 1941 to 1943 during the German Siege of Leningrad.
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After a couple of minutes of digging, they came up with a whole lock box.
The lock box is filled with personal things belonging to a Nazi soldier. The locker was packed and contained a wealth of history in the relics contained there.
The relics include German Reichsmarks, the currency used in Germany and two perfectly preserved boxes of 70 plus years old cigars! The lock box also contains Jamaican rums, proving that the owner of the lock box loves indulging himself in alcohol.
The luxurious contents of this lock box attest to the fact that the owner was one of the officers in the Third Reich, as seen by his pin badge with accompanying swastika and the markings on his uniform.
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During the World War II that lasted from 1939 to 1945, more than 1.5 million lives of Russian soldiers and civilians were lost.
Via: ManilaReaders, EliteReaders