Simo Hayha - Finnish sniper 705 kills, by Za Rodinu (Recolored using Photoshop…

Simo Hayha - Finnish sniper 705 kills, by Za Rodinu (Recolored using Photoshop…

Finnish soldiers capture Soviet sniper.

Finnish soldiers capture Soviet sniper.

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Finnish observer and 2 sharpshooter ready to give some headaches for the Soviets 1939-1940

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Simo Hayha, "The White Death" is considered to be the most effective sniper in Human History. He served in the Finnish Civil Guard during the Winter War with the Soviet Union in 1939-1940. Over the course of 100 days on the Kollaa Front, Hayha killed 705 Soviet Soldiers, including 542 with his bolt-action M28-30 Mosin Nagant carbine. He also refused to use a scope, making all of his kills with traditional iron sights.

Simo Hayha, "The White Death" is considered to be the most effective sniper in Human History. He served in the Finnish Civil Guard during the Winter War with the Soviet Union in 1939-1940. Over the course of 100 days on the Kollaa Front, Hayha killed 705 Soviet Soldiers, including 542 with his bolt-action M28-30 Mosin Nagant carbine. He also refused to use a scope, making all of his kills with traditional iron sights.

Soviet sniper in Finland | Finnish Front ww2 | Za Rodinu | Flickr - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Soviet sniper in Finland | Finnish Front ww2 | Za Rodinu | Flickr - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Corporal Steven Kormendy and Sergeant Harold Marshall pose for photographer Ken Bell in Belgium on 6 October  1944.  Kormendy had been wounded on 26 August 1944; Marshall would be hit on December 15th.

Corporal Steven Kormendy and Sergeant Harold Marshall pose for photographer Ken Bell in Belgium on 6 October 1944. Kormendy had been wounded on 26 August 1944; Marshall would be hit on December 15th.

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