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KESKİN NİŞANCILAR - SNİPERS

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Simo Hayha, the Finnish sniper with 505 confirmed kills in the Winter War and his dog Kille. World War Ii, World History, Army Soldier, Red Army, Interesting History, Military History, Warfare, Wwii, Pet Dogs

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

Simo Häyhä -White Death, Finland soldier The most effective sniper in history. The Sniper, Sniper Rifles, Red Army, Military History, World History, World War Two, The World's Greatest, Historical Photos, American History

Simo Hayha – Finnish sniper in color

A few nice dog breeder images I found: Simo Hayha - Finnish sniper in color Image by World War 2 Recolored Häyhä was born in the municipality of Rautjärvi near the present-day border of Finland and Russia, and started his military service in 1925. Before entering combat, Häyhä was a farmer and a hunter. His

Former Finnish sniper Simo Hayha reading a book. He is credited with 505 confirmed sniper kills in the Winter War of Military Guns, Military Photos, Military Aircraft, Social Media Automation, Ww2 Uniforms, Harbin, World War Two, Best Funny Pictures, American History

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Former Finnish sniper Simo Hayha reading a book. He is credited with 505 confirmed sniper kills in the Winter War of 1939-40

Simo Häyhä, nicknamed "White Death" by the Red Army, was a Finnish marksman. Using a Finnish version of the Mosin–Nagant in the Winter War, he acquired the highest recorded number in any major war, with at least 505 confirmed sniper kills. History Online, World History, Army Soldier, Red Army, Interesting History, Military History, Luftwaffe, World War Two, Historical Photos

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