Quote by AndyB View Post
offcoarse there is clear that the first is written in bulgarian cyrilica, the second in german, in front of box second picture is declared the adress Army Military Artillery Inspektion Sofia, so similar should be on the label added on front, inside is 1941 paper labels added, so this box never went back to Germany, but was send in 1917 to Bulgaria and in ww2 reused for MG ammo delivered by Vojna Fabrika. Provereny on side means proofed.
I do not know what is written there or if it is bulgarian or russian, or belarussian, ukrainian, serbian or makedonic or even mongolian I can read cyrillic letters, but I do not understand it, unless it is German or English language written in Cyrillic script.