Searching and digging on battlefields is very interesting , but there is a potentially dangerous side to it. Vast amounts of explosives in all forms was used by the armies fighting in Latvia and lots of the ordnance is still littering the ground. These things is best left alone but one can`t avoid finding them, and one quickly learn to be careful when digging a signal given by the metaldetector. I have one or two times been alittle bit to eager opening up a hole smashing my shovel into metal so sparks fly just to discover the metal to be a large , active artillery round. Makes the heart jump I can assure you. So dig carefully and try leave stuff like this alone.
The very first live round I found. Soviet 81 or 82 mm grenade with bakelite transport fuze cap.
Red Army RG-42 caked in mud. Found this in the bottom of a dug out.
Soviet anti-tank rounds.
Rifle grenade, unsure if it is German or Soviet.
Panzerfaust & PanzerSchreck.
Pioneer Demolition charges , found in German positions.
120mm Red Army mortar rounds.
German rifle grenades.
German Hgr.39 , smoke grenade.
The grenades propellant charge, so called "Spaghetti". Highly flammable.