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    Roza Yegorovna Shanina — 54 confirmed kills (WWII, Russian Army)

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    ユーザーアクション フォロー中 Historical Pics ‏@HistoricalPics Roza Shanina - WWII soviet sniper, 54 confirmed kills, died in battle https://twitter.com/HistoricalPics/status/561562087416418304/photo/1

  • Kaz Nakada

    Shanina in 1944, holding a 1891/30 Mosin–Nagant with the 3.5x PU scope. Roza Georgiyevna Shanina[a] (Russian: Ро́за Гео́ргиевна Ша́нина, IPA: [ˈrozə ˈʂanʲɪnə]; 3 April 1924 – 28 January 1945[b]) was a Soviet sniper during World War II, credited with fifty-nine confirmed kills, including twelve soldiers during the Battle of Vilnius.

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