Roza Shanina – The Short ​​Life of Stalin’s Russian Female Sniper

Roza Shanina was an exceptional, legendary sniper during World War II, a brave female-soldier known for her beauty, high moral qualities and shooting accuracy. ​​She was credited with fifty-nine confirmed kills, including twelve soldiers during the Battle of Vilnius. ​​And she also kept a diary – a document unique in its content, which reveals to the world the unknown side of war. ​​