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Red Army Snipers c.1942  The soldier on the left, Lt. Lyudmila Pavlichenko, was one of the Red Armys most accomplished snipers during World War II, with 309 confirmed kills of Nazi soldiers, including 36 Nazi snipers.

World War II Soviet female snipers, members of Sydir Kovpak's partisan formation in the Ukrainian SSR Soviet women in World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WWII Russian Nurse Aids Wounded Soldier during Battle on Front. Orig Press Photo. Bundesarchive photos.

A Soviet nurse assists a wounded Red Army soldier under enemy fire

WOMEN ARMED FORCES DURING FIRST WORLD WAR RUSSIA (Q 106252)   Four young Russian female soldiers stand to attention. They are part of the women's 'Battalion of Death', created by the Provisional Government in 1917 in Petrograd (St Petersburg). All have their heads shaved and are holding a shorter cavalry version of the standard Russian service Mosin-Nagant rifle with bayonets fixed.

Q Four young Russian female soldiers stand to attention. They are part of the women's 'Battalion of Death' created by the Provisional Government in 1917 in Petrograd (St Petersburg)

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Red Army soldier posing with captured German dagger in recently liberated Czech village,

battle of kursk...Soviet high command knew the Germans were going to attack around Kursk and had heavily reinforced the area....//feb16

“Soldiers on the march”. Red Army soldiers on the march, the second world war. In all out war many women were serving at the front, completely integrated into combat units alongside men.

Battle of Stalingrad in pictures - February 1943 / Batalha de Stalingrado em fotos - Fevereiro 1943.

"On the Stalingrad Front, August, Recon scout N. Romanov poses with his sub-machine gun and four hand grenades stuck in his belt. The one with the skirt is a "pomegranate" defensive grenade. Note also the scout knife.

By the summer of 1944, a large number of Russian women were inducted into the Red Army due to a severe shortage of men. A number of women ended up in armor units, after being recruited from tank plants where they worked. They were already well trained as drivers, but some later rose in rank to command tank units. To the right is Guards Lieutenant Verla.P. Orlova who commanded the ISU-122 in the background with her husband Lieutenant Nikolai.N. Orlova who served as the vehicle driver. Their…

Commander of the Soviet tank, Guards Lieutenant Vera Orlova with her husband Guards Lieutenant Nikolay Orlov, mechanic-driver;

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In Berlin.

End of the war in Berlin 1945 - Soviet soldiers ensure the communication link as fights on Frankfurter Allee are ongoing during the advance of the Red Army in the streets of Berlin, April Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE

120mm soviet regimental mortar model 1938.

Red Army mortar element deploys a heavy mortar during the opening operations of the German invasion of Soviet Russia, summer Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Soviet soldiers of the 127th Guards Artillery Regiment, 59th Guards Motor Rifle Division, pose for a photograph on the Don Front near the river Khopyor. The Don Front was a military formation of the Soviet Army that took part in the Battle of Stalingrad from its positions between the Volga and the Don rivers. 23-year-old Guard Captain Pavel Pankov (center) was awarded the Order of the Red Star for bravery in battle. Near Novokhopyorsk, Voronezh Oblast, Russia, Soviet Union. May 1943.

Soviet soldiers of the Guards Artillery Regiment, Guards Motor Rifle Division, pose for a photograph on the Don Front near the river Khopyor. The Don Front was a military formation of the.

Soviet soldiers of 248th Separate Infantry Brigade (left to right) Sgt. P.N. Tantovoy, Pvt. N.F. Prokudin and Pvt. K.I. Sitkarev greet Russian civilians of a kolkhoz (collective farm) west of Kursk.

Soviet soldiers of Separate Infantry Brigade (left to right) Sgt. Prokudin and Pvt. Sitkarev greet Russian civilians of a kolkhoz (collective farm) west of Kursk.

Every weekend, Denis Deryabkin and his friends go out armed with metal   detectors and other tools of their trade - yet it is not treasure they seek.   For, abandoned beneath the ground for decades, lies something far more   distressing: the bodies of heroes who died in a special kind of hell.

Stalingrad anniversary: 70 years on, Russian city still gives up its WWII dead

Every weekend, Denis Deryabkin and his friends go out armed with metal detectors and other tools of their trade - yet it is not treasure they seek. For, abandoned beneath the ground for decades, lies something far more distressing: the bodies of heroes who died in a special kind of hell.

Soviet Army soldiers operate a military field telephone during the final throes of the Battle of Berlin. Behind them, a defiant German has painted the slogan “Berlin remains German!” on a building wall. A Soviet soldier has interrupted the phrase.

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