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Simo Häyhä was a Finnish sniper in World War II with some terrifying stats. He was credited with 505 confirmed kills of Soviet soldiers in only 100 days

Simo Häyhä was a Finnish sniper in World War II with some terrifying stats. He was credited with 505 confirmed kills of Soviet soldiers in only 100 days

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen) This is so funny! So me.

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen)

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen) This is so funny! So me.

Suomen talvisota / Finland's Winter War 30.11.1939-13.3.1940. Picture ( by @raitapaita from autumn 2011) shows abandoned tank on the Raate Road, Kainuu, Finland.

Suomen talvisota / Finland's Winter War 30.11.1939-13.3.1940. Picture ( by @raitapaita from autumn 2011) shows abandoned tank on the Raate Road, Kainuu, Finland.

Finnish Army - WWII - Lauri Törni (in the middle) as Finnish lieutenant

Finnish Army - WWII - Lauri Törni (in the middle) as Finnish lieutenant

A Finnish soldier holds a Russian Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle during the Winter War (February 13, 1940).

A Finnish soldier holds a Russian Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle during the Winter War (February 13, 1940).

He got reported for aimbot atleast 3 times

He got reported for aimbot atleast 3 times

Finnish soldier on skis, 1941. The Winter War against The Soviet Union.

Finnish soldier on skis, 1941. The Winter War against The Soviet Union.

Simo Häyhä, nicknamed "White Death" by the Red Army, was a Finnish marksman. Using a Finnish M/28-30 rifle (a Finnish variant of the Mosin–Nagant rifle) in the Winter War, he is reported as having over 500 kills.He helped defend Finland from the Soviets during World War II.  Simo Hayha's involvement in the Winter War was very extraordinary. With his Mosin-Nagant M91 rifle, he would dress in white winter camouflage, and carry with him only a day’s worth of supplies and ammunition.

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Simo Häyhä, nicknamed "White Death" by the Red Army, was a Finnish marksman. Using a Finnish M/28-30 rifle (a Finnish variant of the Mosin–Nagant rifle) in the Winter War, he is reported as having over 500 kills.He helped defend Finland from the Soviets during World War II. Simo Hayha's involvement in the Winter War was very extraordinary. With his Mosin-Nagant M91 rifle, he would dress in white winter camouflage, and carry with him only a day’s worth of supplies and ammunition.

T-26 Model 1933 during the Winter War with Finland

T-26 Model 1933 during the Winter War with Finland

Finnish Corporal Lauri Leppänen sitting on his Sturmgeschütz StuG 40 (Ps.531-5). He destroyed three T-34's and one KV-1 as gunner of Ps.531-7 at Kuuterselkä on June 15, 1944, and ten days later one more T-34 as gunner of Ps.531-5 at Portinhoikka (Tali-Ihantala).

Finnish Corporal Lauri Leppänen sitting on his Sturmgeschütz StuG 40 (Ps.531-5). He destroyed three T-34's and one KV-1 as gunner of Ps.531-7 at Kuuterselkä on June 15, 1944, and ten days later one more T-34 as gunner of Ps.531-5 at Portinhoikka (Tali-Ihantala).


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He got reported for aimbot atleast 3 times

He got reported for aimbot atleast 3 times

Simo Häyhä | The Top 15 Most Badass People That You've Never Heard Of | Simo Häyhä was a Finnish sniper in World War II with some terrifying stats. He was credited with 505 confirmed kills of Soviet soldiers in only 100 days.

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Simo Häyhä | The Top 15 Most Badass People That You've Never Heard Of | Simo Häyhä was a Finnish sniper in World War II with some terrifying stats. He was credited with 505 confirmed kills of Soviet soldiers in only 100 days.

Medium tank T-34 Model 1943 in Finnish service / czołg średni T-34 Model 1943 zdobyty przez Finów

Medium tank T-34 Model 1943 in Finnish service / czołg średni T-34 Model 1943 zdobyty przez Finów

Finnish Army officers and enlisted soldiers' summer field uniforms during the 1939-1940 Winter War.

Finnish Army officers and enlisted soldiers' summer field uniforms during the 1939-1940 Winter War.

LAURI TÖRNI - Google-haku

LAURI TÖRNI - Google-haku

Finnish soldiers - Winter war | von Za Rodinu

Finnish soldiers - Winter war | von Za Rodinu

Winter War. Finnish soldier advancing with ski poles tucked under his arm.

Winter War. Finnish soldier advancing with ski poles tucked under his arm.

Lauri Törni, who was honored with the Mannerheim Cross, the most esteemed decoration in the Finnish Military. North of Tolvajärven, Finland. June 27, 1944.  Lauri Törni, also known as Larry Thorne, was a Finnish army captain who played a role in the Winter War and the Continuation war. Lauri was first noticed by his superiors at the battles of Lake Ladoga, where he took part in the annihilation of encircled Soviet forces in Lemetti. However, his feats in the Continuation War were what really…

Lauri Törni, who was honored with the Mannerheim Cross, the most esteemed decoration in the Finnish Military. North of Tolvajärven, Finland. June 27, 1944. Lauri Törni, also known as Larry Thorne, was a Finnish army captain who played a role in the Winter War and the Continuation war. Lauri was first noticed by his superiors at the battles of Lake Ladoga, where he took part in the annihilation of encircled Soviet forces in Lemetti. However, his feats in the Continuation War were what really…

Captured Soviet tanks T-34B (Model 1941) and T-26C in the Finnish army, probably…

Captured Soviet tanks T-34B (Model 1941) and T-26C in the Finnish army, probably…

Finnish T-26TH (Vickers Mk.E Type B after the re-captured Soviet 45-mm tank gun and coaxial machine gun DT, got into the Finnish army designation T-26TH). On the first of may 1941. in the Finnish army there were 27 T-26TH, subsequently, they were not made as the lack of trophy Soviet T-26, and purchase the Vickers Mk.E Type B and converted there was no point. Finns point - at the beginning of the war 34, T-26,trophies from the Winter war.By may 1942. their number increased up to 64 pieces…

Finnish T-26TH (Vickers Mk.E Type B after the re-captured Soviet 45-mm tank gun and coaxial machine gun DT, got into the Finnish army designation T-26TH). On the first of may 1941. in the Finnish army there were 27 T-26TH, subsequently, they were not made as the lack of trophy Soviet T-26, and purchase the Vickers Mk.E Type B and converted there was no point. Finns point - at the beginning of the war 34, T-26,trophies from the Winter war.By may 1942. their number increased up to 64 pieces…

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