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English: Sniper Roza Shanina, holding a 1891/30 Mosin–Nagant with the 3.5x PU scope. 1944.
Русский: Снайпер Роза Шанина с винтовкой Мосина и 3,5-кратным прицелом ПУ, 1944 год.
Français : Tireur d'élite Roza Chanina, tenant un 1891/30 Mosin-Nagant avec lunette centrale 3.5x. 1944
Date 1944
Author Unknown
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