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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. 

Translated for the first time into the English language by a professional translator, the war diary of Roza Shanina is a unique piece of history, since diaries were strictly prohibited in the Soviet military in an effort to preserve secrecy. Not only can we glimpse into the past to a time when war and conflict shaped personalities and turned ordinary men and women into warriors and sometimes heroes, but also experience the war through the eyes of a young—sometimes impressionable, sometimes sensitive, sometimes ruthless—girl. 

The diary also serves as the best description of Roza’s personality – a girl who decided to fight for her homeland, to defend the honor and dignity of her country in the ruthless battles against the enemy. 

Author: AG Mogan

123 Pages, PDF format. Download link will be immediately available after checkout. 

File size: 1.59 MB

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