They will give to the Museum.
In the town of Mostiska of Lviv region in the woods found two cans with the documents of the Ukrainian insurgent army, had lain in the ground for about 70 years, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Browser.
They were accidentally discovered by local searchers historical values while walking with a metal detector and transferred to the Museum.
Among the finds – books, documents, records, magazines dated 1940-1950-ies. In addition, there is also wrapped in paper military ID 1948 of one of the NKVD officers, who “tried to break into the ranks of the UPA”.
Treasure hunter Andrew Savka suggested that cans may be archival documents of Sidor Kovpak , leader of the guerrilla resistance movement in the Ukraine, because he was well known in these parts.
“We are particularly not revised, because it is a national treasure. If the wrong approach can destroy the documents,” he explained.
Mostys’kyi historical Museum, transferred, archival documents, will soon send them for restoration.