Discrete transistors with bundled-wire and surface-solder connections. The Minsk 32 was the first of many computers modeled on the Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-8 architecture. The Minsk 32 was particularly known for its reliability. From 1973 to 1980, 27 Minsk 32s ran 23-hour days at the General Statistical Department.
Object is a circuit board (which does not appear to match DEC form factors) with white plastic cover over component side protecting discrete components.