Product description: The Hungarian helmet was found, on the Corelian Isthmus, on the events of the battles of 1944. The Vyborg offensive operation (June 10-June 20, 1944) was an offensive operation by the Soviet troops of the right wing of the Leningrad Front, carried out with the assistance of some of the Baltic Fleet forces, the Ladoga Flotilla with the aim of destroying the Finnish troops on the Karelian Isthmus and restoring the state border with Finland there. Part of the strategic Vyborg-Petrozavodsk offensive operation - one of the ten Stalinist strikes. The Soviet offensive on the Karelian Isthmus and in Karelia became the final operations of the battle for Leningrad  and, along with the Pskov-Ostrovskoy operation, completed the liberation of the Leningrad Region (within 1944) from enemy occupation.
The buckle was found in between the line Belgorod-Kursk direction towards the village of Prokhorovka. In these positions was fighting the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. Near the buckle was found a steel helmet M40, but it is very poorly preserved.
Product description: German compass was taken from captured German officer under the city of Leningrad during the liberation operation. Until the end of the war was used by the officer 2 shock army of the Soviet Union. Manufacturer - hap. The body of the compass and the cover is made of aluminum. Pins and line made of brass. In working condition
Product description: The helmet was found in Stalingrad in the basement of an old house in the village of Vertyachiy. It can be seen that the helmet was found long ago, and was stored in the basement, as an unnecessary thing. The helmet was discovered quite by accident when new tenants, dismantled old and unnecessary things in the basement. The helmet has a brown camouflage. Size of the helmet 68.
The helmet was found near the village of Marinovka in combat positions. Has a shrapnel hit to the left side of the helmet. Because the edges are bent outwards, it is likely that the owner of the helmet died in an explosion from below (e.g. from landmines or from shell fragments)