Some years ago I bought from a London dealer a small, very battered and worn white metal cigarette case. The front is engraved with the following : - 'Erinnerung An den Winterkrieg, 1942-43 - in Russland' -------- Charkow Woroschilowgrad Slawyanoserbsk Lyssyschansk Jekaterinowka Woroschilowsk Nowotrotzkoje Debalzewo -------- In the top left is engraved a very ornate crest with intitals I cannot read ( HHT? HHE? ). Bottom right is a carefully engraved outline of a German steel helmet with a well-detailed 'shield' badge eagle/swastika. This looks very much like the Grossdeutschland divisonal badge. It's not a fake - the engraving is very worn and the dealer didn't charge me too much for it ! Any ideas, anyone ? I've checked all my books to find these battle areas & which unit may have fought in them all - and I don't think GD did.