Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Soviet sniper during WWII. A student at the time, Pavlichenko was among the first to volunteer for the armed forced when the Soviet Union was invaded and declined the opportunity to serve as a nurse instead of a soldier.
Female snipers of the Soviet Shock Army, Belorussian Front photographed near Berlin, May Total confirmed kills for this group Women snipers were deployed in great numbers in the Red Army to impressive effect. (Many kills all around.
“Stalin visited his mother very rarely after the Revolution. Beria took responsibility for her care. Kipshidze, a doctor who treated Keke in her old age, recalled that Stalin asked his mother at this meeting: “Why did you beat me so hard?
Funny picture. _____________________________ In fact Voroshilov did not smoke. As a child he was a shepherd. Children found tobacco and began to compete with each other who can to smoke more. As a result, he was poisoned by nicotine and since then did not take into the mouth of cigarettes. This picture is a joke was made specially From memory Klim Voroshilov #Stalin #Voroshilov #smoke