Ladies in war

It so happened that all of our ideas about war are associated with the image of a male soldier. This is not surprising, then fought in the main men — men. And for some reason usually forgets about women that they, too, are almost done for the win. During the Russian war majestically ladies are not only rescued the wounded and bandaged, and the shooting of "sniper", undermined bridges, walking in the exploration, flying on airplanes.
That's about these women, heroes and recall?

Snipers: Faina Yakimova, Shanin Rose, Lydia Volodin

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Hero of the Russian Union of Natalya F. Meklin (Kravtsov).

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Rose Shanin. 54 killed enemies.

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Hero of the Russian Union Lidia Litvyak. The most effective lady-Fighter 2nd World War. She has shot down 14 enemy aircraft.

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Hero Russian Union Lyudmila Pavlicenco. The most effective lady Sniper — 309 killed [including 36 snipers].

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Maria Plain, deputy squadron commander, Hero of the Russian Union.

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Samusenko Alexander, commander of a tank battalion.

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Elizabeth Mironova, of course it killed about 34 Germans.

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Lena Ivanova anti-aircraft gunner.

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Nurse A. Kozlov feeds wounded Major B. Nogina in the hospital № 2-386.

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Russian nurse bandaged walking wounded prisoner SS.

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Paradise Surnachevskaya

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Catherine Budanov, who shot down 11 enemy aircraft.

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The commander of Maria Plain (left) and co-driver Galina Dzhunkovsky

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Russian female pilots.

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Heroes of the Russian Union of Marina Chechneva and Catherine Ryabov

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From left to right: Tamara Pamyatnykh, Rita Kokin, Eugene Borak, Ira Favorskaja

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"Gift of the invaders." Catherine adds Terekhov ammunition.

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Lyudimila Popova, navigator PE-2

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Women guerrillas in liberated Minsk, 1944.

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Tamara Pamyatnykh and Galina Burdin after fight night

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