from the printing it was issued to the army high command OKH.
Any idea what this would have been issued for and to whom?
I believe that the box, does not belong to the watch. From the inscription, it seems that it has contained Zündladungen N 4. I don't know exactly what it's called in english. Could it be "Primer charges"? At least, it has something to do with explosives. From the inscription, it looks like the box could have contained experimental z. ladungen. With my limited knowledge of the german language, it looks like the inscription says, that any leftover z. ladungen must be returned to the OKH amtsgruppe für entwicklung und prüfung.
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Stig Erik you are correct, Zündladungen translates as Ignition charge.
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oops.what a clanger,oh dear.
The box is for WWII German detonators, the watch is from 1890-1920 and has nothing to do with military. It is a Swiss made watch so I belive an accurate one:-)