A two-mover from the 1930s by M. Gruenfeld of Latvia. Just figure out why all the White pieces are where they are and you’ll figure it out.
The first move is almost never a check. I hope you remembered that hint from past columns. 1.Bd4 Bxd4 [1...Kf5 2.Rg5#; 1...exd4 2.Rxe6#; 1...Rxd4 2.Rxg8#; 1...f3 2.Rg4#; 1...Bxh7 2.Kc3#] 2.Kxd2#