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Häyhä nuorena ja komiana. Häyhä piti ampuma-asemassaan ollessaan lunta suussa estääkseen hengityshöyryn näkymistä. Hän myös jäädytti aseensa alla olevan lumen, jotta se ei pöllähtäisi ammuttaessa. Illalla Häyhä palasi korsuun, puhdisti aseensa ja harvoin sanoi sanaakaan.

Häyhä nuorena ja komiana. Häyhä piti ampuma-asemassaan ollessaan lunta suussa estääkseen hengityshöyryn näkymistä. Hän myös jäädytti aseensa alla olevan lumen, jotta se ei pöllähtäisi ammuttaessa. Illalla Häyhä palasi korsuun, puhdisti aseensa ja harvoin sanoi sanaakaan.

Simo Hayha, the Finnish sniper with 505 confirmed kills in the Winter War 1939-1940, and his dog Kille.

Simo Hayha, the Finnish sniper with 505 confirmed kills in the Winter War 1939-1940, and his dog Kille.

Simo Häyhä kuvassa joulukuussa 2001.

Simo Häyhä kuvassa joulukuussa 2001.

Modest, but always elegant Simo Häyhä.

Modest, but always elegant Simo Häyhä.

Simo Häyhä: 542 Kills (705 unconfirmed)  Simo Häyhä, a Finn, is the only non-Soviet soldier on this list. Nicknamed “White Death” by the troops of the Red Army — whom he tormented, dressed in his snow camouflage, during the bitterly cold Winter War of 1939-1940 — Häyhä is, according to statistics, the deadliest sniper in history.

Simo Häyhä: 542 Kills (705 unconfirmed) Simo Häyhä, a Finn, is the only non-Soviet soldier on this list. Nicknamed “White Death” by the troops of the Red Army — whom he tormented, dressed in his snow camouflage, during the bitterly cold Winter War of 1939-1940 — Häyhä is, according to statistics, the deadliest sniper in history.

Mestariampuja Simo Häyhä Saharan kauhun komppaniasta

Mestariampuja Simo Häyhä Saharan kauhun komppaniasta

Laatokan koillispuolella. Ev. Svensson lukee kunniakirjan sekä pitelee kivääriä jonka joku ruotsalainen on lahjoittanut. Oik. Simo Häyhä jolle kivääri ja kunniakirja lahjoitettiin. 1940.02.20

Laatokan koillispuolella. Ev. Svensson lukee kunniakirjan sekä pitelee kivääriä jonka joku ruotsalainen on lahjoittanut. Oik. Simo Häyhä jolle kivääri ja kunniakirja lahjoitettiin. 1940.02.20

When you looked at Simo Häyhä, a slight-framed Finnish farmer barely five feet tall, you didn't think "total fucking unstoppable badass". Throughout the Winter War, Häyhä raked in a total of 505 confirmed sniper kills (in some sources he is credited with 542).  On top of this, he also mowed down two hundred men with a Suomi 9mm submachine gun, bringing his total kill count to over 700 men in under 100 days.  Nobody in history has ever been credited with more confirmed kills than Simo Häyhä

When you looked at Simo Häyhä, a slight-framed Finnish farmer barely five feet tall, you didn't think "total fucking unstoppable badass". Throughout the Winter War, Häyhä raked in a total of 505 confirmed sniper kills (in some sources he is credited with 542). On top of this, he also mowed down two hundred men with a Suomi 9mm submachine gun, bringing his total kill count to over 700 men in under 100 days. Nobody in history has ever been credited with more confirmed kills than Simo Häyhä

SImo Häyhä - for those of you who can read Finnish, an excellent article and pictures!

SImo Häyhä - for those of you who can read Finnish, an excellent article and pictures!

Known as "White Death" Finish Army  Sniper, Simo Häyhä’s killing streak of 505 Soviet Invaders, in less than 100 days, came to an end when the sniper took an exploding bullet to the jaw. Häyhä subsequently fell into an 11-day coma and woke up March 13, 1940, on the very day the war ended.

Known as "White Death" Finish Army Sniper, Simo Häyhä’s killing streak of 505 Soviet Invaders, in less than 100 days, came to an end when the sniper took an exploding bullet to the jaw. Häyhä subsequently fell into an 11-day coma and woke up March 13, 1940, on the very day the war ended.

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