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Simo Hahya, or the White Death is one of the deadliest snipers in history of mankind. He was a straight up terror for the Soviet men during winter war. Hiding amongst the snowy brambles was death, a silent and sudden one. As Soviet men fell like flies on the snow avalanche, the Soviet men knew they were sailing close to the winds. Forsaking their conspicuous green military uniform itself could have helped them not be a sitting duck for Finnish snipers buried in heaps of snow. But by the time Stalin realized his foibles, it was way too late. Stalin anticipated that the mighty Red Army would bulldoze the paltry Finland force. But Stalin forgot that Finland has White Death by its side to defend its borders.
The ‘Lady Death’ was a terrifying presence in battlefield. She sent so many enemy men to the jaws of death that she is listed among the deadliest of all snipers. Another female sniper to rain terror on enemy forces was Claudia Kalugina, the youngest to enroll into Sniper School.
This book holds in its pages the story of Simo Hahya, the White Death who rained havoc on his enemy troops claiming lives of 505 men. When the number of kills exceeds the total number of days in a war you know its real terror that the man Simo Hahya is. Standing 5 feet tall and an unassuming demeanor, Simo Hayha is easily overlooked, a quality that serves him well as a sniper.