Two meters underground

Two meters underground

Life is precious. Nobody wants to die, and when facing danger, we will do anything to survive. Soldiers are no different. And we discovered in a recent dig that this man definitely did not want to die, and he would not have wanted to die this way. He only wanted to defend his nation, and he did so at the impressive depth almost two meters. But death has its own plan for this man as he was killed by a shockwave from a nearby explosion. There were a lot of problems with the exhumation of this Soviet soldier.

remnants of a warrior

The soldier was found at a depth of 2 meters. Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

The shock wave crushed the soldier’s skull. As you can see in the photos, the tall proud man sank to the bottom of his defensive position as he died.

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remnants of a warrior

He sank to the bottom of his defensive position. Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

remnants of a warrior

All these years, he was sitting at the bottom of his trench … Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

ammunition, a glass flask, a cup, a spoon.

The soldier dug a niche in the wall of the trench right in front of him, where he carefully stored his things: ammunition, a glass flask, a cup, a spoon. Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

remains of a soldier

Time froze here in this trench in the summer of 1941 … Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

radio station

A radio station was found near the trench. Photo from the special search organization “Vertical” archive.

war radio station

It would’ve looked like this.

 

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