Writing letters or even diaries was strictly forbidden by the factory manager. Still Maxim Orlov, a prisoner of war from Russia, found a way to dedicate himself to his daily routine of clearing his mind. Orlov was one of around 13,000 forced workers at the munition factories in Krümmel and Düneberg near Geesthacht at the Elbe river. Likewise, he was one of 82 who fell victim to a massive air raid carried out on the factories on 07 April 1945. When the barracks around the Nobel Dynamite Works were taken down in 1946, this was his last letter to be found in the ruins.
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