PDF/EPUB Yulia Zhukova ✓ Girl With A Sniper Rifle An Eastern Front Memoir Kindle ✓

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[PDF] ✩ Girl With A Sniper Rifle An Eastern Front Memoir ✭ Yulia Zhukova – Ad325ddsc.merlotmotorsport.co.uk In this vivid firsthand account we gain uniue access to the inner workings of Stalin's Central Women’s Sniper School near Podolsk in Western RussiaLuliia was a dedicated member of the Komsomol the SoIn this vivid firsthand account we gain uniue access to the inner workings of Stalin's Central Women’s Sniper School near Podolsk in Western RussiaLuliia was a dedicated member of the Komsomol the Soviet communist youth organization and her parents worked for the NKVD She started at the sniper school and eventually became a valued member of her battalion during operations against PrussiaShe persevered through eight months of training before leaving for the Front on 24th November 1944 just days after ualifying Joining the third Belorussian Front her battalion endured rounds of German mortar as well as loudspeaker announcements beckoning them to come over to the German sideLuliia recounts how they would be in the field for days regularly facing the enemy in terrifying one on one encounters She sets down the euphoria of her first hit and starting her “battle count” but her reflection on how it was also the ending of a lifeThese feelings fade as she recounts the barbarous actions of Hitler’s Nazi Germany She recall how the women were once nearly overrun by Germans at their house when other Red Army formations had moved off and failed to tell them She also details a nine day standoff they endured encircled by Germans in LandsbergRegularly suffering ill health she took a shrapnel injury to her knee and had to be operated on without an anesthetic She would eventually see the end of the war in KöngsbergLike her famous counterpart Pavlichenko she gained recognition but struggled to come to terms with war service Haunted by flashbacks she burned the letters she sent home from the Front She later discovered that of the 1885 graduates of her sniper school only 250 had died in warIn this powerful firsthand account we come up close to the machinations of the NKVD the secret police as well as the grueling toll of war and the breathtaking bravery of this female sniperAdditional material includes notes by John Walter and an introduction by Martin Pegler.

In this vivid firsthand account we gain uniue access to the inner workings of Stalin's Central Women’s Sniper School near Podolsk in Western RussiaLuliia was a dedicated member of the Komsomol the Soviet communist youth organization and her parents worked for the NKVD She started at the sniper school and eventually became a valued member of her battalion during operations against PrussiaShe persevered through eight months of training before leaving for the Front on 24th November 1944 just days after ualifying Joining the third Belorussian Front her battalion endured rounds of German mortar as well as loudspeaker announcements beckoning them to come over to the German sideLuliia recounts how they would be in the field for days regularly facing the enemy in terrifying one on one encounters She sets down the euphoria of her first hit and starting her “battle count” but her reflection on how it was also the ending of a lifeThese feelings fade as she recounts the barbarous actions of Hitler’s Nazi Germany She recall how the women were once nearly overrun by Germans at their house when other Red Army formations had moved off and failed to tell them She also details a nine day standoff they endured encircled by Germans in LandsbergRegularly suffering ill health she took a shrapnel injury to her knee and had to be operated on without an anesthetic She would eventually see the end of the war in KöngsbergLike her famous counterpart Pavlichenko she gained recognition but struggled to come to terms with war service Haunted by flashbacks she burned the letters she sent home from the Front She later discovered that of the 1885 graduates of her sniper school only 250 had died in warIn this powerful firsthand account we come up close to the machinations of the NKVD the secret police as well as the grueling toll of war and the breathtaking bravery of this female sniperAdditional material includes notes by John Walter and an introduction by Martin Pegler.

PDF/EPUB Yulia Zhukova ✓ Girl With A Sniper Rifle An Eastern Front Memoir Kindle ✓

PDF/EPUB Yulia Zhukova ✓ Girl With A Sniper Rifle An Eastern Front Memoir Kindle ✓

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