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born 22 December 1925 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is the only woman who served in front-line reconnaissance in the Soviet marines during World War II.

World War II Soviet soldier

of Russia in color - senior medical attendant Yekaterina Rumyantseva


Soviet female pilots Nina Ulyanenko Commander of the unit (deputy leader) of the Guards Night Bomber Regiment of the Night Bomber Division of the Air Army of the Belorussian Front,( 905 armed sorties) Guard lieutenant

Soviet women partisans who fought bravely in the WWII guerilla war against Nazi German invaders of Russia.

Soviet women partisans who fought bravely in the WWII guerilla war against Nazi German invaders of Russia.


Young Polish girl who served as a nurses aid during the Warsaw uprising September Xpost from Historyporn.

Dos oficiales en la 588° "Noche de Brujas" Regimiento de Bombarderos; La unidad femenina más importante de la Unión Soviética de la Primera Guerra Mundial. Ellas solo volaban biplanos y cada piloto femenino iba en al menos hasta 800 misiones

Soviet Air Force officers Rufina Gasheva night combat missions) and Nataly Meklin night combat missions) decorated as Heroes of the Soviet Union for their service with the famed Night Witches unit during World War II.

"Битва за Севастополь" (реж. Сергей Мокрицкий) - история о снайпере Людмиле Павличенко, рассказанная Элеонорой Рузвельт

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.

almaz-mixt — «Не стареют душой ветераны...» на Яндекс.Фотках

Не стареют душой ветераны...

almaz-mixt — «Не стареют душой ветераны...» на Яндекс.Фотках

Юрий Ульянин, октябрь 1941 г.

Yuri Ulianin, October 1941 Born May 1926 in Moscow, in a family of hereditary nobleman.

Lyudmila Pavlichenko was 24 years old when Germany invaded the USSR in June 1941. Like most Soviet citizens, she wasn't thrilled to hear that 3 million Nazis were marching across the motherland. The Kiev University history student was determined to do her bit, but she didn't want to be a nurse. ...

Soviet sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko who, by the end of World War II, was creditied with 309 kills, making her the most successful female sniper in.

Soviet Lieutenant of medical service with bravery medals

Female lieutenant in Medical Services of the Soviet army, Medal for Courage, two Medals for Battle Merit, Medal "For the Defence of the Caucasus." Russian women in WWII were strong, powerful and full of love of country.