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The most productive snipers

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The most productive snipers




Snipers in ambush. The far left is Senior Sergeant Ivan Petrovich Merkulov, sniper of the 1 Infantry Company of the 610 Infantry Regiment. Extreme right - Sergeant Zolotov, student of Merkulov



Aces Snipers who destroyed 50 and more enemy soldiers

 

Sniper Vasily Grigorievich Zaitsev. destroyed from 10 November to 17 December 1942 of the year 225 soldiers and officers of the German army and the armies of their allies



 

Photo showing Erwin König presumably



The best snipers of the Second World were Russian snipers, and this fact has a very specific explanation: long before the start of the Great Patriotic War, in the Soviet Union special attention was paid to mass shooting training of the population, developing the skills of handling weapons and tagged shooting. In the 1932 year, when Osoaviakhim established the title of Voroshilovsky shooter, a broad movement was launched to master shooting skills. The “Voroshilovsky shooter” badge was awarded to about 9 million people. The result of this work was the reserve of well-trained shooters.

Even before the start of the Great Patriotic War, sniper squads were included in the staff of the NKPS Protection of Communications divisions.
Actual sniper accounts are actually more than confirmed. For example, Fedor Okhlopkov, according to indicative data, totally destroyed over a thousand Germans, also using a machine gun. In 1943, there were more than 1000 women among Soviet snipers; during the war, they were counted more than 12000 Germans. The first ten Soviet snipers destroyed (confirmed) 4200 soldiers and officers, and the first twenty - 7400. Sniper of the 82 Infantry Division Mikhail Lysov in October 1941 of the automatic rifle with a sniper scope shot down Ju-87. Unfortunately, there are no data on the number of infantrymen killed by them. And the sniper of the 796 th rifle division, foreman Vasily Antonovich Antonov, in July 1942 near Voronezh, four shots from a rifle shot down a twin-engine Ju-88. Data on the number of infantrymen killed by them is also not preserved.

The sniper rifle Mosin served mainly as a weapon for our snipers. However, the sniper version of SVT was also used.

But the training of snipers in the Wehrmacht began to be engaged only by the end of 1942, and not only Soviet captured sniper rifles were used, but also Soviet educational films and manuals. Therefore, the Germans managed to reach the required level only in 1944 year. It is believed that Erwin König, killed by Vasily Zaitsev in Stalingrad, was engaged in the preparation of snipers in Germany. It is also alleged that the head of the school of snipers in Zossen was Standarfenführer SS Heinz Thorvald, whose existence, like the school itself, is also in doubt - German snipers were taught not in schools, but directly in the troops. Many generally believe that Konig was invented by the writer William Craig, who wrote the book Enemy at the Gates in 1973, “The Enemy at the Gates”. However, the sight, shot by Zaitsev from a Koenig sniper rifle, was exhibited in the Central Museum of the Armed Forces. in Moscow, which, however, some time ago was removed from the exhibition.


Most likely, Konig was just a good sniper and was among those 11 snipers that were killed by Vasily Zaitsev, and inflating the importance of his persona only aims to make the average man think that the Germans also had aces snipers.

 

Mosin Sniper Rifle



 

SVT with a sniper scope



 

Lyudmila Pavlichenko is the most productive female sniper who destroyed 309 enemies.



The most productive of our snipers was the foreman from the 1 battalion of the 39 rifle regiment of the 4 th rifle division of the 12 th army Mikhail Ilich Surkov. Of the female snipers, the sniper of the 54 Infantry Regiment of the 25 Chapaev Infantry Division was the most productive sniper Lyudmila Pavlichenko. among the best snipers there were many hunters who had been fishing since childhood. Hunters were Vasily Zaitsev, Yakut sniper Fedor Matveevich Okhlopkov and Mikhail Surkov. The Evenki snipers Semen Danilovich also became famous.

An interesting fact: from 18 to 28 in January of 1943, a sniper of the NKVD of all fronts was held in Moscow in January. 309 people took part in its work. After a four-day instructor-methodical seminar, a combat internship was held. During it, the consolidated battalion of snipers from the participants of the rally destroyed 2375 Wehrmacht troops for ten days.

Mattias Hetzener - 345 confirmed killed among the German snipers, Josef Allerberger - 257 confirmed killed and Lithuanian Lithuanian who fought for the Germans Bruno Sutkus - 209 killed. He was also famous for the Finn Simo Hayuhya, who is credited with 504 of killed Red Army men, of whom 219 was able to be documented.

List of the most successful Soviet snipers

 


Full Name

The number of enemies destroyed

Notes

Surkov Mikhail Ilyich

702

4-I SD, 12-I Army.

Salbiev Vladimir Gavrilovich 

601

(71 GVSD and 95 GVSD) to 20.12.1944

Kvachantiradze Vasily Shalvovich

534

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

Sidorenko Ivan Mikhailovich

about 500

GSS from 4.06.1944 year.

Ilyin Nikolay Yakovlevich

494

GSS dated 8.02.1943/4.08.1943/XNUMX. Died on August XNUMX, XNUMX.

Kulbertin Ivan Nikolaevich

487

He died in 1993 year.

Pchelintsev Vladimir Nikolaevich

456 (including 14 snipers)

GSS from 6.02.1942 year.

Goncharov Petr Alekseevich

445

GSS dated 10.01.1944/30.01.1944/XNUMX. Died on August XNUMX, XNUMX.

News Budenkov Mikhail Ivanovich

437

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

Renskov Ivan Mikhailovich

437

These need to be clarified

Okhlopkov Fedor Matveevich

429

GSS from 6.05.1965 year.

Dyachenko Fedor Trofimovich

425

GSS from 21.02.1944 year.

Petrenko Stepan Vasilyevich

422 (including 12 snipers)

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

Golosov Vasily Ivanovich

422 (including 70 snipers)

He died on 16.08.1943/26.10.1943/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Galushkin Nikolai Ivanovich

418 (including 17 snipers)

GRF from 21.06.1995 year.

Gordienko Afanasy Emelyanovich

417 (424?)

Killed in 1943 year.

Abdybekov Tuleugali Nasyrhanovich

397

Died from 23.02.1944 wounds of the year.

Kharchenko Fedor Alekseevich

387

He died on 23.01.1944/6.05.1965/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Nomokonov Semen Danilovich

368

Including one general and 8 Japanese.

Medvedev Viktor Ivanovich

362

GSS from 22.02.1944 year.

Velichko Gennady Iosifovich

360

According to other sources - 330. GSS dated 26.10.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Antonov, Ivan Petrovich

352 (including 20 snipers)

GSS from 22.02.1943 year.

Belousov, Mikhail Ignatievich

about 350

GSS from 26.10.1943 year.

Govorukhin Alexander

349

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Idrisov Abduhazhi

349

GSS from 3.06.1944 year.

Rubakho Philip Yakovlevich

346

He died of wounds on 14.09.1943/22.01.1944/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX.

Larkin Ivan Ivanovich

340

GSS from 15.01.1944 year.

Markin, Ivan I.

340

1183-th SP, 356-I CD

Gorelikov Ivan Pavlovich

however 338

GSS from 28.04.1943 year.

Grigoriev Ilya Leonovich

328 (including 18 snipers)

GSS from 15.07.1944 year.

Butkevich Leonid Vladimirovich

327

According to some sources - 345. GSS dated 25.10.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Nikolaev Evgeny Adrianovich

324

14-th SP, 21-I SD NKVD

Ivasik Mikhail Adamovich

320

He died on 18.08.1944/24.03.1945/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Tulaev Zhambyl Evsheevich

313 (including 30 snipers)

GSS from 14.02.1943 year.

Lebedev Alexander Pavlovich

307

He died on 14.08.1943/4.06.1944/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Vasily A. Titov

307

301-th OAD CBF.

Dobrik Ivan Timofeevich

302

14-th SP, 21-I SD NKVD.

Usik Moses Timofeevich

however 300

GSS dated 17.10.1943/8.01.1944/XNUMX. Died on August XNUMX, XNUMX.

Adamia Noi Petrovich

about 300

He died in July 1942. GSS dated 24.07.1942.

Vedernikov Nikolay Stepanovich

about 300 (including machine gun)

GSS from 27.06.1945 year.

Bryksin Maxim Semenovich

about 300

726-th SP, 395-I CD.

Abdulov Ivan Filippovich

298 (including 5 snipers)

He died on 11.03.1943/26.10.1943/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Reznichenko Fedor

285

Leningrad front.

Ostafeychuk Ivan

280

395-I CD

Smetnev Yakov Mikhailovich

279

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

Bezgolosov Vitaly Mefodievich

279

He died on 30.04.1945/15.05.1946/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Passar Maxim Aleksandrovich

272 (236?)

71st Guards SD. Died on 17.01.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Dorzhiev Tsyrendashi

270

202nd SD, Northwestern Front. He died in January 1943.

Chekhov Anatoly Ivanovich

265

39-th GvSP, 13-I GVSD, 62-I army.

Kashitsin? ?

264

296-th SP, 13-I CD. Leningrad front.

Sokhin Mikhail Stepanovich

261

GSS from 13.09.1944 year.

Shorets Pavel

261

No accurate data.

Akhmetyanov Akhat

250

Leningrad front.

Chegodaev Fedor Kuzmich

250

By May 1942. GSS dated 21.07.1942.

Bocharov Ivan Ivanovich

248

GSS from 3.06.1944 year.

Palmin Nikolay V.

247

234-I CD

Maslov? ?

242

 

Zaitsev, Vasily Grigorievich

242 (including 11 snipers)

GSS from 22.02.1943 year.

News Simanchuk Grigory Mikhailovich

240

187-th SP, 72-I SD, 55-I army.

Petrov Egor Konstantinovich

240

1100th SP, 327th SD, 2nd Shock Army. He died in 1944.

Suleimenov Ibrahim

however 239

8th Guards Division, 3rd Shock Army. He died in October 1943.

Dmitry Strebkov

230

44th Guards Rifle Regiment, 15th Guards Rifle Division. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Zeynutdinov Kalimulla

however 226

417-I CD

Doev David Teboevich

226 (including 3 snipers)

He died on 12.11.1943/16.05.1944/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Golichenkov Petr Ivanovich

225 (including the 23 sniper)

According to other sources - 248. GSS dated 6.02.1942/XNUMX/XNUMX.

fighter named "Zhigan"

224

In the battles for Stalingrad.

Danilov V.I.

224

By August 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Mironov Mikhail Yakovlevich

223

GSS from 21.02.1944 year.

Sorikov Mikhail Elevich

however 220

39-th SP, 4-I CD.

Nikitin Nikolay V.

220

Leningrad front.

Semenov Nikolay Fedorovich

218

169-th SP, 86-I CD, 2-I ID.Armiya. Senior Sergeant, for the period from 29.08.41 to 10.06.43. In addition, he trained and trained more 94 snipers who destroyed more than 580 Germans.  

Naimushin Ivan Grigorievich

217

375-I CD

Shabanov Pavel

210

Leningrad front.

Galimov Vakhit Gazizovich

207

He died on 28.09.1943/22.02.1944/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Elkin? ?

however 207

 

Pupkov Alexey

203

182-I SD, 27 and 34-I army.

Lebedev Ivan

203

61-I army, the Bryansk front.

Talalaev Vasily Ivanovich

more 200

He died on 22.04.1945/31.05.1945/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Atnagulov Fakhretdin

more 200

1-I Shock Army, North-Western Front.

Afanasyev Nikifor Samsonovich

more 200

GSS from 3.06.1944 year.

Petrov Vasily

more 200

CBF sailor died.

Kochubey? ?

more 200

187-th SP, 72-I SD, 55-I army.

Komaritsky Vasily Mikhailovich

however 200

1183-th SP, 356-I CD.

News Rataev Vasily Semenovich

200

By 20.09.1942/1.08.1944/XNUMX. He died on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Krasnov Vladimir Nikiforovich

about 200

Died 7.10.1943 of the year.

Tkachev Ivan Terentevich

about 200

21-I GvSD, 3-I Shock Army.

Surin F. G.

about 200

CBS 2 th and 3 th degree.

Kurka Vasily Timofeevich

about 200

Died in January 1945.

Maryasov? ?

198

309 th SD, Voronezh Front.

Kozlenkov Anatoly Vladimirovich

194

483-th GvSP, 118-I GvSD.

Ukhinov Dorzhi

193

188-I SD, 27-I army.

Amaev Mahmud Mutievich

192

87th Guards Rifle Regiment, 29th Guards Division. Died 22.02.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Wilhelms Janis Waldemarovich

190

GSS from 21.07.1942 year.

Sinyavin? ?

190

By February 22 1942.

Abbasov Mamed-Ali

187

By the end of 1943. 63rd KBMP SF

Khandogin Gabriel Nikiforovich

182

622 th SP, 250 st SD and 674 st SP, 150 st SD.

Denisenko Stepan Petrovich

181

1128th joint venture, 336th SD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Zhizhin Alexey Mikhailovich

180

961st SP, 274th SD, 36th SK. He died in May 1945.

Bogdanov Petr Afanasyevich

about 180

Paired with.

Ushakov? ?

179

Autumn 1942 of the year, 83-th GDSM.

Ishchkin F.

177

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Rakhmatullin Zagid Kalievich

177

14-th SP, 21-I SD NKVD.

Kazakov Viktor Sergeevich

175

68-I MBR, 8-th GVMK.

Zvyagintsev Matvey

175

Leningrad front. Died 19.01.1944/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Konovalov T.

170

 

Brezgin Ivan Stepanovich

170

 

Kiel Zahar

170

182-I SD, 27-I army.

Borisov Gury

170

234-CD

Students? ?

170

By November 1942. In the battles for Stalingrad.

Gorbatenko Nikolay

however 168

Karelian front.

Slipko Peter

167

By July 1943 of the year. 1133-th SP, 339-I SD, 56-I army.

 

 

 

Akimov A.

166

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Gostiukhin Andrey

164

Leningrad front.

Khuzhmatov Hait

164

By December 1942 of the year.

Yakunin Stepan

164

By June 1943. 311th Infantry Regiment

Lepsky Nikolai Petrovich

162

106-th border regiment of the NKVD.

Samsonov Nikolay

however 162

353-I SD, 18-I army.

Murai Grigory Efimovich

159

508th joint venture, 174th SD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Proshagin Vasily Alekseevich

156

92-I SD, Leningrad Front.

Bondarenko Timofey

 

 

(or - Trofim) Gerasimovich

however 156

By June 1944. 3rd Shock Army.

Kalinin Alexander Andreevich

155 (or 115)

GSS from 6.02.1942 year.

Chechekov Dmitry Iosifovich

however 154

By April 1943. 34th SD, 28th Army, Southern Front.

Kuritsyn? ?

At least 153

55 Army, Leningrad Front

Savchenko Grigory P.

more 150

1-I Shock Army, North-Western Front.

Kurbanov Alexey Abdurakhmanovich

more 150

282nd Guards Regiment, 92nd Guards Rifle Division. GSS dated 22.02.1944.

Sofronov Petr Nikolaevich

150

801 st.

Biryukov? ?

however 150

91 frontier regiment.

Vazherkin Ivan Vasilyevich

148

GSS from 15.01.1944 year.

Belyakov Petr Alekseevich

147

 

Tishchenko I.

145

By October 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Merkulov Ivan Petrovich

145

GSS from 19.03.1944 year.

Izegov Ivan Romanovich

144

until June 1942 60 st

Kopylov Mikhail

144

By the end of the summer of 1942. 158th SD.

Maximov? ?

however 142

44-th GvSP, 15-I GvSD.

Trusov Alexey Ivanovich

141

108 frontier regiment of the NKVD.

Gannochka Michael G.

138

 

Ostudin Nikolay Nikolaevich

137

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Romanov? ?

135

By the spring of 1943.

Vyzhlivtsev Ivan Dmitrievich

134

GSS from 6.02.1942 year.

Loginov? ?

133

81-th GvSP, 25-I GvSD,

Voronezh Front.

 

 

Kalimbet Sergey Pavlovich

131

33-th SME Troops NKVD.

Chhediani Pavel Erastovich

131

1080 st.

Aliyev Said Davydovich

however 130

10th GvSD. GSS dated 22.02.1943.

Klimovsky? ?

130

By October 1943 of the year. 32-I army, Karelian front.

Dmitrenko Vladimir Nesterovich

however 130

8-I Guards Brigade.

Gaponov Grigory Semenovich

130

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

Mironov Alexey Afanasyevich

129

He died on 30.03.1945/5.05.1990/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX.

Boris Perberin

128

 

Osmanaliev Ashirali

128

8-I GVSD

Vengerov I.P.

128

309 th SD, Voronezh Front.

Saveliev V.G.

127

Leningrad front.

Viyuzhin George

however 127

143 th SP, Leningrad Front.

Osipov V.I.

127

A resident of the mountains. Rybinsk.

Voznov Nikolay M.

126

By October 1942. 1st Shock Army, Northwestern Front.

Minchenkov Micah Mitrofanovich

125

184-I CD.

Timofeev? ?

125

7-I BMP, Leningrad Front.

Ukhov Fedor

125

Volkhov front.

Smolyachkov Feodosiy Artyomovich

125

He died on 15.01.1942/6.02.1942/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Zhambor Sh.

125

10-I GvSD.

Zalessky Nikolay

125

Leningrad front.

Koleynikov I. P.

125

13-th SP NKVD troops.

Rakhmatulin Zagid Kalievich

125

14-th PCB NKVD, 21-I CD.

Lapa Yakov

however 124

 

Denisenko Ivan Anastasievich

however 124

187-th SP, 72-I SD, 55-I army.

Seliverstov Ivan Timofeevich

124

By June 10, 1942. 128th SD, 8th Army, Leningrad Front.

News Sedashkin Alexander Nikolaevich

123

K 10.06.1942 of the year.

Gulyaev Dmitry Alekseevich

122

110th SD, 33rd Army. Died 10.09.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Shelomintsev S.?

120

32-I army, Karelian front.

Zhuchenko E.

120

By May 1943. 266th SD

Ivanov Leonid Vasilyevich

119

 

News Tsuzhba Mikhail Sharipovich

119

By August 1942. 187th SP, 72nd SD, 42nd Army.

Tarasenko? ?

however 118

By early 1942. Leningrad front.

Kazankin R.T.

however 118

 

Isakov Grigory Mikhailovich

however 118

Killed near Leningrad

Morozov? ?

117

10-I GvSD.

Loskutov Stepan Petrovich

117

GSS from 6.02.1942 year.

Grebenyuk? ?

however 116

 

Dorokhin Peter

however 116

687-th SP, 141-I CD. 40-I army. Voronezh Front.

Fedorov Georgiy Konstantinovich

116

 

Rosa Yanis Yanovich

116

123 th GvSP, 43-I GvSD, 10-I Army.

Opara? ?

however 114

 

Adilov Tashaba

114

65-th SP, 43-I SD, 55-I army.

Kochegarov Alexey Fedorovich

113

By June 14, 1942. 128th SD, 8th Army, Leningrad Front.

Shevelev Alexander Evstafevich

113

By March 1942. 311th SD.

Karasev? ?

however 112

 

Proskurin Vasily

112

417-I CD.

Klochkin Ilya Gershevich

however 111

101-th SP, 4-I CD.

Savitsky P.

111

By May 1943. 266th SD

Fedorov Ignat

however 110

177-I CD.

Mironov Vasily

110

35-th GvSP, 10-I GVSD, 14-I army.

Seferbekov Abdulla

110

Died 5.03.1943 of the year.

Grunin? ?

however 109

 

Kuchmenko Grigory Imkhonovich

however 109

In the battles on the Little Land.

Voitenko? ?

however 108

 

Bugay Ivan Pavlovich

107

By December 1943. 610th SP, 203rd SD.

Kuksenok Vladimir

106

 

Abbasov Balaoglan

106

Died 19.11.1942 of the year.

Nischev Joseph Ilyich

106

CBS of all 3-x degrees.

Yudin? ?

however 105

961-th SP, 274-I CD, 36-th SC.

Yakovlev Fedor Vasilyevich

105

 

Kiselev Ivan Alekseevich

105

Border troops of the NKVD.

Andersen? ?

105

By June 1943. 1st Shock Army, Northwestern Front.

Sanzheev Togon

104

Died in June 1942.

Midov Nazir

104

35-th GvSP, 10-I GVSD, 14-I army.

Shubin Alexey Alexandrovich

102

14th SP NKVD, 21st SD. Died 31.01.1942/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Neskuba Ivan Sidorovich

101

Border troops of the NKVD.

Prusov Alexey

101

By October 1942. Transcaucasian front.

Zhumagulov Ahmet

however 101

By the summer of 1943 of the year. 8-I GvSD, 3-I Shock Army.

Gromov Nikolay

more 100

Died in November 1942.

Sheltenov Zamit

more 100

 

Koyshibaev Galim

more 100

1280-th SP, 391-I CD, 1-I Shock Army.

Pilyushin Joseph Iosifovich

more 100

105-th SP; 14-th joint venture 21-th SD NKVD; 602-th joint venture 109-th SD NKVD.

Vasilyev Vasily Ivanovich

more 100

Perhaps - Sergey Vasiliev. 7th BMP Black Sea Fleet.

Inashvili Dursun

more 100

Died in December 1942.

Boltyrev Alexey Alekseevich

more 100

 

Boltyrev G. B.

more 100

 

Melnikov? ?

more 100

Perhaps this is A. I. Melnikov.

Syzdykbekov Akmukan

more 100

55-I army, Leningrad front.

Kostin Alexander,

 

 

Kravtsov Mikhail

more 100

220 Rifle Division.

Abdulaev, Kurashvili, Zhadov,

 

 

Vinogradov, Tsaritsyn, Lisin,

 

 

Zaitsev, Khasanov, Latokin.

more 100

182-I SD, 27 and 34-I army.

Esirkeev Dzhuman

more 100

CBS 3 degree.

Rusakov Alexey

more 100

CBS 3 degree.

Sumchenko Grigory Tikhonovich

however 100

In the battles on the Little Land.

Popov? ?

however 100

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Smirnov? ?

however 100

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Thin F.

however 100

By October 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Spirin Michael?

however 100

110-I SD, 33-I army.

Saltykov Ivan Ivanovich

however 100

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Vdovichenko? ?

however 100

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Kharlamov? ?

however 100

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

Rat Michael.

100

353-I SD, 18-I army

Yudin N.

100

18-th Army

Rajapov Tadjibay

about 100

127-th border regiment of the NKVD.

Bondarenko Petr Yemelyanovich

about 100

By March 1942. 502nd joint venture, 177th SD.

Yeraliyev Akhmet

about 100

395-I CD

Rumyantsev? ?

however 98

210-th GvSP, 71-I GvSD.

Dergilev Egor Ivanovich

98

GSS from 17.10.1943 year.

Musaev Abdullah

98

515-th SP, 134-I CD. CBS of all 3-x degrees.

Mitrofanov? ?

98

159-th SD, 45-th SC, 5-th army, 3-th Belarusian Front.

Gagin Alexey Ivanovich

97

 

Yudin K.N.

however 94

687-th SP, 141-I SD, 40-I army, Voronezh front.

Morozov Mikhail

94

417-I CD.

Karpachev Semen Ermolaevich

however 93

In the battles on the Little Land.

Avramenko G. T.

however 92

 

Chebotaryov I.

92

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Barbeev? ?

however 92

 

Wezberdev? ?

90

By October 1942. 83rd Guards Division.

Esirkeev Dzhuman

not less than 90 (including 12 snipers)

5-I army.

Sumarokov Boris

however 89

Leningrad front.

Kazaryan Sergo Avedovich

89

14-th SP, 21-I SD NKVD.

Shvets Sidor Ivanovich

89

13-th SP NKVD troops.

Petrashin Georgiy Ivanovich

89

103 frontier regiment of the NKVD.

Zhulaev Ivan Ivanovich

88 (108?)

1th Guards Rifle Regiment, 2th Guards Rifle Division. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Vdovchenko Grigory Gavrilovich

87

By February 1942

296-SP, 13-I CD.

 

 

Krivokon Fedor Ivanovich

86

Including 14 Japanese.

Rozhkov? ?

however 85

Sergeant 1298-th JV.

Boltarev German Isaakovich

however 85

382-th SP, 84-I CD.

Suchkov Nikolay D.

85

25-I Chapaevskaya CD.

Mutchayev? ?

83

10-I GvSD.

Cheremisov V.

83

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Akhmedyanov Akhat - Abdul Hakovich

83

By October 1942. 260th SP, 168th SD ..

Budylin Ivan Fedorovich

82

By December 1943. 610th SP, 203rd SD.

Poles? ?

82

25-I GVSD, Voronezh Front.

Egorov Mikhail Ivanovich

82

K 18.01.1942 of the year, 125-th CD.

Petrov? ?

82

3-I OBMA CBF.

Yablonsky Nikolai Stanislavovich

82

106 frontier regiment of the NKVD.

Ishmatov Gaumzin

however 81

50-I CD.

Khalin Andrey Timofeevich

however 81

In the battles on the Little Land.

Shaposhnikov Ivan

81

417-I CD.

Losev? ?

81

10-I GvSD.

Slobodyanyuk Alexey Mikhailovich

81

104 frontier regiment of the NKVD.

Minchenkov Micah Mitrofanovich

more 80

CBS of all 3-x degrees.

Petrunin Dmitry Sergeevich

more 80

83rd border regiment of the NKVD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Popov Timofey Lavrentievich

however 80

309th SD, Voronezh front. He died in 1944.

Yusov? ?

however 79

 

Moldagulova Aliya Nurmukhambetovna

 

(54 otd.br.) killed 14.01.1944

Hares? ?

78

25-I GVSD, Voronezh Front.

Burmistrov Ivan Ivanovich

78

1247th joint venture, 135th SD, 59th army. Died 30.09.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX

Dvoyashkin? ?

78

1047-th SP, 284-I CD

Shikunov Pavel Egorovich

78

Died 14.01.1945 of the year.

GSS from 24.03.1945 year.

 

 

Prokhorov Nikolay Vasilyevich

77

1291-th SP, 110-I SD, 33-I army.

Evstyugin (Evsyukov)? ?

77

By the fall of 1942. 1st Shock Army. Northwestern Front.

Denisenko Pavel Ivanovich

76

by November 1942 of the year.

Yakushin Fedor Mitrofanovich

76

103-th border regiment of the NKVD.

Hatim? ?

76

By October 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Khismatulin? ?

however 75

 

Khantadze Ermolai Nesterovich

however 75

In the battles on the Little Land.

Bogatyr Ivan Ivanovich

however 75

GSS from 20.06.1942 year.

Semahin Petro Filatovich

however 75

998th SP (286th SD), 105th PP of the NKVD.

Zolkin, Ivan Andreevich

however 75

1266-th SP, 385-I CD.

Nosov Nikolay

75

 

Budaev Dondok

75

188-I SD, 27-I army.

Hastitulin? ?

75

10-I GvSD.

Ivkov Alexander Vasilyevich

however 73

GSS from 24.03.1945 years.

Ivashenkov Alexey Petrovich

73

134-I CD.

Sabaev? ?

73

By December 1942 of the year.

Tyulkin? ?

72

25-I GVSD, Voronezh Front.

Belousov P.I.

71

12-I Red Banner BMP.

Kotlyarov I.

71

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Zhukov Petr Yakovlevich

71

By November 1942 of the year.

Statuev Alexander Mikhailovich

71

By 10.06.1942/374/128. 8th SP, XNUMXth SD, XNUMXth Army, Leningrad Front.

Menagarishvili Grigory Esifovich

more 70

83rd Marine Brigade. He died in February 1943.

Vorontsov N.

more 70

328th SD (31st GvSD).

Sidorov? ?

however 70

In the battles for Stalingrad.

Dubrovin A.I.

70

3-I Shock Army.

Mamedov I.M.

70

1-I Shock Army, North-Western Front.

Sherstyuk Fedor Semenovich

however 68

44th Guards Rifle Regiment, 15th Guards Rifle Division. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Redhead? ?

68

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Khalikov? ?

67

By the spring of 1943.

Khudobin Viktor Ivanovich

67

148-th GvSP, 50-I GvSD.

Adrov Alexey V.

however 66

July 7, 1943. He died in March 1944.

Shiryaev? ?

66

33-th SME Troops NKVD.

Salbiev V.G.

however 65

71-I GvSD.

Pavel Khromov

however 65

Died in June 1943.

Maltsev? ?

however 65

In 1943 year.

Zhakeev Malgazhdar

however 65

1138th joint venture, 338th SD. Died 08.03.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Myreev Egor Ivanovich

65

He died in 1942. 213rd SP, 56th SD.

Afanasyev? ?

64

110-I SD, 33-I army.

Vasilyev Nikolay Pavlovich

64

104-th border regiment of the NKVD.

Kokshibaev Galim

64

By October 1942,

including hand-to-hand combat.

 

 

Frolov Alexander Ivanovich

however 63

 

Radin I.I.

however 63

71-I GvSD.

Lyakin I.I.

however 63

71-I GvSD.

Blades? ?

63

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Bespalov I.M.

however 62

687th SP, 141st SD, 40th Army. Voronezh front.

Savchenko Mikhail Fedorovich

62

194th joint venture, 162th SD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Kashurny S.P.

however 61

687-th SP, 141-I CD. 40-I army, the Voronezh front.

Ivanov Alexander

however 61

 

Chebotaryov Vasily Mikhailovich

more 60

He died on 27.06.1944/29.06.1945/XNUMX. GSS dated XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Pospelov Vasily Efimovich

more 60

16 joint venture NKVD; 1 tank from the anti-tank rifle.

Yeremeev Timofey

however 60

Summer 1941 year in the battles for Kiev.

Yerzhanov Anorbay

however 60

by the fall of 1942 of the year.

Novitsky? ?

60

By December 1942 of the year.

Zavyalov? ?

60

By October 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Sobyanin Gabriel Epifanovich

about 60

201-th SP, 48-I CD. Died 23.12.1944 of the year. GSS from 29.06.1945 year.

Kapshibaev Galim

about 60

By October 1942. 1st Shock Army, Northwestern Front.

Sergienkov Dmitry Grigorievich

about 60

GSS from 27.06.1945 year.

Kunakbaev I.A.

59

12-I Red Banner BMP.

Etkeev? ?

however 58

 

Jababarov? ?

however 58

 

Miglabilashvili? ?

however 58

83-I Red Banner BMP.

Shaykin? ?

58

1047-th SP, 284-I CD.

Gordeev I.V.

58

By November 1942 of the year.

Poznov I.

58

By May 1943. 266th SD.

News Zibrov Alexey Ivanovich

58

By 3.02.1942/13/42. XNUMXth SD, XNUMXnd Army, Leningrad Front.

Musoev Abdullo

58

1077th SP, 316th SD, 38th Army. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Bayan N. K.

however 57

71-I GvSD.

Levkin Andrey (Ivan?)

57

456th NKVD regiment, 109th SD. He died near Sevastopol.

Gryaznov P.

57

 

Larionov? ?

57

By August 1942. 187th SP, 72nd SD, 42nd Army.

Bulavsky Petr Petrovich

57

Killed 21.12.1941

296-th SP, 13-I CD.

 

 

Zhuravlev Vasily Mikhailovich

however 56

In the battles on the Little Land.

Khodjaev Shaban

56

 

Nomokonov Vladimir Semenovich

56

Son of S. D. Nomokonov.

Govzman Celekh Iosifovich

however 55

93-th SP, 76-I CD.

Vodopyanov Yankel Iosifovich

however 55

3-th OSB, 16-i OSB.

Nechaev P.?

55

By October 1943. 32nd Army, Karelian Front.

Calendars A.

55

By May 1943. 266th SD.

Isakov Stepan Ivanovich

however 54

105-th PP NKVD.

Gilman Leonid Fayvelevich

however 54

318-th SP, 241-I CD.

Pavlenko Iosif Dmitrievich

however 54

GSS from 15.01.1944 year.

Kolesnikov Ivan Fedorovich

however 53

In the battles on the Little Land.

Larionov, Mikhail Kharitonovich

however 53

In the battles on the Little Land.

Zakutkin Ivan Vasilyevich

53

296-SP, 13th SD. Died on 21.12.1941/XNUMX/XNUMX.

Nikolaev? ?

53

By August 1942. 187th SP, 72nd SD, 42nd Army.

Maximov Grigory

however 52

In the battles of Kursk.

Denisenko Petr Gerasimovich

however 52

Leningrad front

Moskovsky Boris Ivanovich

52

1095-th SP, 324-I CD.

News Karpov Ivan Dmitrievich

52

By February 1942. 14th SP NKVD, 21st SD.

Mashtakov Gavriil Egorovich

52

By 15.02.1942/14/21. XNUMXth SP NKVD, XNUMXst SD.

Strishchenko Viktor Mikhailovich

however 51

105-th PP NKVD.

Korovkin? ?

however 51

961-th SP, 274-I CD, 36-th SC.

Chudinov L. G.

51

12-I Red Banner BMP

Kulikov? ?

51

1047-th SP, 284-I CD.

Volkov Vsevolod Alekseevich

51

By 27.01.1942/3/XNUMX. XNUMXrd OSPMP.

Fomenko Yuri

more 50

 

Rud Stepan

more 50

961st SP, 274th SD, 36th SK. He died in July 1944.

Golovachev Grigory Vasilyevich

more 50

961-th SP, 274-I CD, 36-th SC.

Krasitsky George

more 50

For 18 days of fighting near Stalingrad.

Dyatlov Peter

more 50

2nd DNO (85th SD).

Sharapov P.K.

more 50

 

Sanin Nikolay

more 50

21-I GVSD, 3-I Shock Army;

Kizirov Konstantin Panastovich

more 50

25th border regiment. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Fedchenkov Egor Egorovich

more 50

473th joint venture, 154th SD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Solovyov, Ivan Alexandrovich

more 50

273rd SP (104th SD), 318-SP (102nd GvSD). KOS of all 3 degrees.

Pronkin Ivan Timofeevich

more 50

255-th SP, 123-I SD, Karelian Front.

Zaitsev Ivan Grigorievich

more 50

515-SP, 134th SD. KOS of all 3 degrees.

Gerasimov? ?

however 50

299th SD. He died in the fall of 1942 at Stalingrad.

Drowned Pavel Mitrofanovich

however 50

796-th SP, 141-I SD, 40-I army, Voronezh front.

Nusupbaev Abil

however 50

By the fall of 1942 of the year.

Petrykin Ivan Semenovich

50

105 Frontier Regiment of the NKVD

For 1943

Zalavsky? ?

about 50

39-th GvSP.

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  1. Mother russia
    Mother russia 21 February 2013 08: 13
    +29
    Thanks so much for the article! You need to know your Heroes.
    Soviet Army-GLORY !!!
    1. Yoshkin Kot
      Yoshkin Kot 21 February 2013 10: 06
      +6
      Glory to the Russian Soldier!
      ps interesting, but now it’s unlikely that we will get a lot of good shooters, only from athletes
      1. Andrey57
        Andrey57 21 February 2013 11: 30
        +7
        Now in the army snipers are trained in separate companies, it’s good to say they are preparing, the Czechs can confirm ... bully
      2. Dmitry Desnyansky
        Dmitry Desnyansky 21 February 2013 13: 18
        +2
        Many young people are keen on PCR pneumatics. Ballistics there mortar. And the raven under 100 meters click. All is not lost yet ...
      3. audentes
        audentes 22 February 2013 09: 44
        +2
        in my area of ​​the hunters there are 15 people who are 200-300 meters with optics, lying a pig in the eye + - 1 cm gets if the cartridge is of high quality
        1. brelok
          brelok 23 February 2013 08: 23
          0
          And I, from a Kalash from 100 meters from an open sight, from two bullets, put two in the top ten.
    2. sergey32
      sergey32 21 February 2013 10: 25
      +9
      By the way, today on another thread they are discussing an article that productive warriors are psychopaths. Maybe amers so it is. But something, no matter how I tried, could not imagine the Russian sniper psychopath.
      1. newnutella
        newnutella 21 February 2013 10: 56
        +23
        Dear author, excuse me, but in my opinion this sounds a little incorrect "The best snipers of the Second World War were Russian snipers" ....
        Why not Soviet .... and many names on the list of non-Russians, but from the Union republics.
        Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it is more true to say Soviet snipers.
        1. Andrey57
          Andrey57 21 February 2013 11: 32
          +20
          And for the entire public over the hill we are all Russians - Buryats, Ukrainians, Chukchi, and Kazakhs, so do not be driven by "correctness" laughing
          1. newnutella
            newnutella 21 February 2013 11: 43
            +3
            Nah, the Kazakhs and the Buryats are Viet Cong, they are Charlie)) and those who are a bit darker than a hamburger eater are terrorists all the time, hiding at least a couple of explosive devices under their clothes)
          2. hommer
            hommer 21 February 2013 13: 44
            +11
            Here are some more photos of Soviet snipers.
          3. audentes
            audentes 22 February 2013 09: 46
            0
            I just want to measure everyone with the words "classic": dear RUSSIANS .... wink
        2. hommer
          hommer 21 February 2013 13: 42
          +12
          You are absolutely right . That's right - Soviet. War - Great Patriotic War.
          The motherland is one for all - the USSR.
          Here is an excerpt from an article about a steppe shooter - that’s what Ibraim Suleymenov was called:
          At the army rally of snipers in the summer of 1943, the famous sniper Suleimenov performed at Velikiye Luki. He said: “Why did I become a sniper? I started a war near Moscow. I saw the shot collective farmers, collective farmers and their children. I entered the houses, and people told me how the Nazis mocked them. I saw grief, suffering in every house ... Even now I can’t calmly feel .. It was hard for me to see this. I vowed in those days to become a sniper. Why did I defend Moscow? I am Kazakh, my Kazakhstan is far from Moscow. But Moscow is the capital of our entire Union. She and my capital. That is why I defended Moscow. But that's not all. I thought: if the fascists are not stopped and destroyed, they can reach my native Kazakhstan. I will not calm down until at least one Hitlerite stomps our land. I destroyed 239 fascists. I urge you to bring death to the invaders ”

          Who cares, the article was published on the site "Slavic World" http://slavs.org.ua/ibragim-suleymenov
          1. vaditi
            vaditi 21 February 2013 20: 36
            +1
            That's right for all 100!
        3. aksakal
          aksakal 21 February 2013 22: 28
          +2
          to my shame, I see many names for the first time. In addition to Moldagulova Aliya, I saw and I do not know who Abdybekov Tuleugali Nasyrhanovich, Idrisov Abdukhazhi, Zhumagulov Akhmet and a number of names are. I will fill in the gaps.
    3. Sasha 19871987
      Sasha 19871987 21 February 2013 14: 50
      0
      Yes, the country should know its heroes, I myself am interested in the Great Patriotic War. But I only knew about Zaitsev and Stalingrad ... many thanks to the author for the article and especially the table ...
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 22 February 2013 18: 00
      0
      And why are there no female names in the table?
      Yes, and there it sometimes slips "news" before the name, if it's easy to correct.
  2. evgenii67
    evgenii67 21 February 2013 09: 07
    +1
    Thank you for the article!!!! ++++++ That's how you have to beat the enemy !!!! About Zaitsev Americans was filmed thin. film (based on real events, respectively) soldier
    1. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 21 February 2013 09: 31
      +25
      Quote: evgenii67
      About Zaitsev Americans was filmed thin. film (based on real events, respectively)

      And the Russians are shown there as wild barbarians. The Americans can't make a normal film, even on real events. Their 9/10 film will be based on prejudice and political provocation. True, many Russian directors and actors are now guilty of this. The same "White Tiger" is complete nonsense. And the film with Guskov is a full-fledged provocation and slander against the Soviet Army.
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 21 February 2013 10: 09
        +11
        An interesting question is why Shakhnazarov made a film about the White Tiger and not about the KV tank. I think it would have been a good film if Shakhnazarov had read this article (not this fairy tale) http://topwar.ru/2369-klim-voroshilov-mashina- dlya-vojny.html
        1. vyatom
          vyatom 21 February 2013 10: 56
          +12
          Shakhnazarov doesn’t. Like all the current Russian cinema. Shakhnazarov, Bondarchuk and Mikhalkov and Obkonchalovsky money no longer allocate to mediocre projects. And it’s better not to allocate anymore.
          1. Kubanets
            Kubanets 22 February 2013 01: 16
            +2
            Separate the elder Bondarchuk from his "They fought for the Motherland" From an unreasonable child
        2. baltika-18
          baltika-18 21 February 2013 11: 23
          0
          Quote: Sirocco
          An interesting question is why Shakhnazarov made a film about the White Tiger and not about the KV tank.

          By the way, Shakhnazarov has been surprising lately. As for the White Tiger, everything is clear, but I was struck by his film "Game". The main character is a murderer, I got the impression that Shakhnazarov has rather tender feelings for him.
          1. Sirocco
            Sirocco 21 February 2013 11: 41
            +2
            I have not heard about this film, and I can not comment. BUT about the White Tiger learned from the officers, it was strongly recommended to look. As a result, disappointment, It is no good in Russia to make such films. I don’t know how these gentlemen make films. Recently, on the screens of the work are from the hand-handed directors.
      2. Prometey
        Prometey 21 February 2013 11: 05
        -9
        Quote: lewerlin53rus
        And the Russians are shown there by wild barbarians

        Are you talking about the film "Enemy at the Gates"? In principle, a good movie. The fact that they went too far with the nobility of the Germans is on the conscience of the authors, otherwise the plot is not bad.
      3. ksandr45
        ksandr45 21 February 2013 15: 55
        +4
        That's why I do not watch new films about the Second World War, but I watch the old ones with pleasure.
      4. vaditi
        vaditi 21 February 2013 20: 38
        +1
        And what does the White Tiger not like?
        1. bunta
          bunta 21 February 2013 22: 26
          +2
          Obviously because of mysticism, which has become very fashionable in recent times. But if in "patrols" mysticism is attracted to shock the imagination, then Shakhnazarov used it for a philosophical basis. Hitler's final monologue is amazing. I looked through it several times and realized that if it were not for this touch of mysticism, then there would be no integrity with such an ending.
          If we remove the obvious failed scenes from the film, then in general the film would have turned out to be just wonderful.
      5. Kubanets
        Kubanets 22 February 2013 01: 13
        +2
        I’ll add the Amerov version of Zaitsev is entirely political; they say that a Siberian is a kind of political owner. Ideological cheapness
    2. Ghenxnumx
      Ghenxnumx 21 February 2013 11: 38
      +7
      Quote: evgenii67
      About Zaitsev Americans was filmed thin. film (based on real events, respectively)

      I am amused - from real events there is only a name and a surname - everything else is scolding the Soviet soldiers and whitewashing the Nazis as noble warriors carrying enlightenment to the wild Russians (pedrezh in the dugout with subsequent burning, drunkenness in the trenches, the rampant lust of the leadership, naturally a communist, and the kindness of the Nazis to the inhabitants Stalingrad)
      It is a pity that shkolota does not pay attention to such details and after viewing gives out comments like these:
      "Worker December 29, 2012 19:37 Quote
      Very respectful movie.
      And you Prikinte - how many films about the US participation in that war in Europe were shot? - ZERO! (about the Poles and the French - there were - one at a time) -! But also Poland and France on the continent! And only VERY brave people will go to fight to the Alien War - to a foreign continent. After all, the USA - the war in Europe did not concern!
      The Japanese are a different matter - beyond Pearl Harbor - the US showed them Hiroshima! There were THEIR showdowns. (and scoops - "on the sly" - the islands were cut off for themselves!) scoops - films about US fighters were NOT filmed! "

      Comment taken from here - http://baskino.com/films/voennye/1374-vrag-u-vorot.html am
      but the statement the wife of the late Vasily Zaitsev- "I was ashamed to watch."
      1. evgenii67
        evgenii67 21 February 2013 14: 56
        -4
        Quote: Ghen75
        I am amused - from real events there is only a name and a surname - everything else is scolding the Soviet soldiers and whitewashing the Nazis as noble warriors carrying enlightenment to the wild Russians (pedrezh in the dugout with subsequent burning, drunkenness in the trenches, the rampant lust of the leadership, naturally a communist, and the kindness of the Nazis to the inhabitants Stalingrad)

        I DID NOT APPROVE THAT THIS FILM REPEATS ALL EVENTS this time !!!!
        You and me really weren’t there — these are two!
        three- "based on real events" is the fact that a man with such a surname really was one of the best snipers, and duels with German snipers also took place ...
        What about how there who was talking in this film and behaved, this is the director’s imagination FROM THIS FILM AND ARTISTIC, NOT DOCUMENTARY.
        1. aksakal
          aksakal 21 February 2013 22: 40
          +1
          Quote: evgenii67
          I DID NOT APPROVE THAT THIS FILM REPEATS ALL EVENTS this time !!!!
          - there is such a thing - from one extreme to another our cinema is shaking. In Soviet times, it was annoying that the Germans were shown stupid inept soldiers, their sniper (film about Moldagulova) from a hundred meters could not even get into a kitten. It is clear that with such an enemy we would not have suffered such monstrous losses.
          Now the other extreme. And without extremes in any way? To show the strong skillful enemy, as he really was, and to show the hero who managed to defeat him - and yet it was. And to conscience films about the Second World War I have been allergic since then, excuse me. But the last films are generally disgusted - he tried to watch, did not look out ...
          Unless the last movie about night witches liked. I even liked how the training of special forces for the operation to capture an important German cone is shown. It seems plausible to me that they, as in the theater, rehearsed and rehearsed the same episode, trying this way and that, only to reduce the time of the operation and play as if by notes. It even seemed to me what kind of boredom the riot squad had to do the same thing for days at a time in order to do its job in five minutes. Whole days for five to ten minutes! Perhaps this is the work of the commandos.
          1. mamba
            mamba 22 February 2013 14: 44
            +1
            Quote: aksakal
            In Soviet times, it was annoying that the Germans were shown stupid inept soldiers. It is clear that with such an enemy we would not have suffered such monstrous losses.

            Yes, there was a period when, in the conditions of the catastrophes of 1941-1942, it was necessary to show that the devil was not so terrible as he was painted. Therefore, our propaganda used not the best methods to reduce panic and various phobias, for example, tank fear. Hence the crowd of stupid Germans who are mowed down by the "Maxim" machine guns.
            In addition, it was necessary to cause such hatred of the enemy so that the hand did not flinch to kill him wherever you meet. There was plenty for this material, as the atrocities of the Germans and their allies were simply beyond, and everyone should know about them.
            And only then films, stories and novels appeared, where the Germans were shown militarily worthy opponents, the defeat of which was very difficult. All the more significant was our victory!
            But then "the process went", as the GMC said, in a liberal direction. The urge to tell the truth about the war quickly turned into slander. One after another, black pieces began to appear, denigrating the exploits of our people. More and more often Western films-profanations on Russian themes began to appear on the screens, distorting history and slandering our heroes. It is sad that our liberal filmmakers gladly took up this "initiative".
        2. Ghenxnumx
          Ghenxnumx 22 February 2013 00: 06
          +3
          Quote: evgenii67
          What about how there who was talking in this film and behaved, this is the director’s imagination FROM THIS FILM AND ARTISTIC, NOT DOCUMENTARY.

          I explain for those who are dull - this is not the director’s fantasy, but ideological propaganda, which has not gone away after the end of the Cold War, but the fact that it’s not only aimed at Americans and Europeans, but also at our younger generation, as well as those who don’t know how to think like you - a very nasty trend.
          I hear your objections, but I will try to dispel them with your example.
          Let's assume the following reality: you, Evgeny Vasilyevich Burov, born in 1967, a native and resident of glorious Krasnoyarsk, the head of a production enterprise - extraction and processing of the gifts of nature of the full cycle (from collecting cedar cones to delivering them to the shelves in the form of cedar oil, nuts and medicinal infusions with pillows), you have many friends, 3 children, a loving wife. And now your anniversary - a lot of guests have come, a plentiful feast - you turn on the TV and see the background of the h.f. "Life and Adventures of Burov" ....
          And there they show Burov Evgeny Vasilievich born in 1967, a native and resident of the glorious Stalingrad (according to a strange current of circumstances, almost all the facts from Your biographies, right up to the city, streets and houses coincide with the apartment), the head of the production enterprise is the extraction and processing of full-cycle nature gifts (and even the company is also called), and the family has children, it’s only in the film that your company sells drugs and slaves , you are generally addicted to young boys, your wife freezes at night in clubs, Yours children are already starting to smoke weed and stuff like that. And all your guests see it
          What do you think, evgenii67Are you very comforted by the inscription at the end of the film that everything the director’s fiction has shown you? Something I can’t believe in it ...
          1. Sirocco
            Sirocco 22 February 2013 07: 49
            0
            A good example, the main thing is intelligible and understandable for slow-witted.
          2. CTEPX
            CTEPX 22 February 2013 08: 39
            +1
            Caption at the end of the film: Based on real events smile
  3. avt
    avt 21 February 2013 09: 23
    +2
    good Just thanks for the article +! good
  4. antibanukurayza
    antibanukurayza 21 February 2013 09: 29
    +5
    Well yes! The Americans got such realism - Hollywood manners in everything.
    1. Raphael_83
      Raphael_83 21 February 2013 20: 55
      -2
      But for all that heresy in the aforementioned film, Ed Harris (aka the die-hard "General Hummel" movie "The Rock") turned out to be damn good in the role of a blonde-haired blue-eyed Aryan!
  5. 416sd
    416sd 21 February 2013 09: 29
    0
    The author is a big, big, BIG set-off for the article. Thank. I found at least three Azerbaijanis Abbasov Mamedali, Abbasov Baloglan on the list, a couple more Mammadovs, in short, I will work, dig. soldier

    And this I think many will be interested - our lady sniper ....

    GANIEVA ZIBA

    Born in 1923 in the city of Shemakha, Azerbaijan SSR. Member of the Komsomol.

    In the Red Army since October 16, 1941, she went to the front as a volunteer. She mastered the specialty of a sniper. As part of the 3rd Moscow Communist Division, she participated in the famous parade on Red Square on November 7, 1941. Fought on the Leningrad and North-Western fronts. Being a radio operator 16 times as part of reconnaissance groups, she crossed the front line. It was considered one of the best snipers of the division.

    From April 12 to May 23, 1942, acting in the area of ​​the villages of Chernoye, Ozhetsy, Lunevo and Diaghilevo of the Leningrad Region, sniper reconnaissance of the 151st separate motorized infantry reconnaissance battalion Ziba Ganieva killed 20 Germans, including two officers.

    She especially distinguished herself in the battle for the village of B. Vragovo, Molvotitsky District, Leningrad Region. May 23, 1942, where, having the task of conducting sniper fire at the garrison of the village of B. Vragovo, it advanced to a height east. When the enemy began to retreat from the village as a result of the tank platoon attack, Ziba Ganieva organized a group of nine fighters to conduct sniper fire on the retreating enemy. Itself moved forward and firing from a knee shot six enemy soldiers. At this time, in the village itself, a group was already fighting, under the command of Junior Lieutenant Marchenko. A contact from Marchenko arrived to Ganieva with a request to provide support. Having received six more soldiers from the commander of the 528th Infantry Regiment, Major Pavlov, Ziba Ganieva led a group of 15 soldiers to help Marchenko’s detachment. On the way to the village, the group was fired upon by a machine gunner, who was seated in the ruins of the building. Not bewildered, Ziba, along with one of the fighters, circumvented the position of the machine gunner from the rear and shot him from the machine gun. At this time, heavy mortar shelling began and Ganiev was wounded in the side by a fragment, but the group had already joined with Marchenko’s detachment. Together, the enemy was finally driven out of the village. After the dressing, Ganieva arrived at the report to the regiment commander.

    For courage and heroism shown in the battles with the invaders, the order on the troops of the North-Western Front No. 0869 dated July 16, 1942 Ziba Ganieva was awarded the Order of the Red Banner (http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?n=6015092). She was also awarded the Order of the Red Star, the medal "For the Defense of Moscow".

    After the wound, she was demobilized and did not take part in the hostilities.

    In the post-war period, she was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree (in 1985, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Victory).
  6. 416sd
    416sd 21 February 2013 09: 30
    +21
    The author is a big, big, BIG set-off for the article. Thank. I found at least three Azerbaijanis Abbasov Mamedali, Abbasov Baloglan on the list, a couple more Mammadovs, in short, I will work, dig.

    And this I think many will be interested - our lady sniper ....

    GANIEVA ZIBA

    Born in 1923 in the city of Shemakha, Azerbaijan SSR. Member of the Komsomol.

    In the Red Army since October 16, 1941, she went to the front as a volunteer. She mastered the specialty of a sniper. As part of the 3rd Moscow Communist Division, she participated in the famous parade on Red Square on November 7, 1941. Fought on the Leningrad and North-Western fronts. Being a radio operator 16 times as part of reconnaissance groups, she crossed the front line. It was considered one of the best snipers of the division.

    From April 12 to May 23, 1942, acting in the area of ​​the villages of Chernoye, Ozhetsy, Lunevo and Diaghilevo of the Leningrad Region, sniper reconnaissance of the 151st separate motorized infantry reconnaissance battalion Ziba Ganieva killed 20 Germans, including two officers.

    She especially distinguished herself in the battle for the village of B. Vragovo, Molvotitsky District, Leningrad Region. May 23, 1942, where, having the task of conducting sniper fire at the garrison of the village of B. Vragovo, it advanced to a height east. When the enemy began to retreat from the village as a result of the tank platoon attack, Ziba Ganieva organized a group of nine fighters to conduct sniper fire on the retreating enemy. Itself moved forward and firing from a knee shot six enemy soldiers. At this time, in the village itself, a group was already fighting, under the command of Junior Lieutenant Marchenko. A contact from Marchenko arrived to Ganieva with a request to provide support. Having received six more soldiers from the commander of the 528th Infantry Regiment, Major Pavlov, Ziba Ganieva led a group of 15 soldiers to help Marchenko’s detachment. On the way to the village, the group was fired upon by a machine gunner, who was seated in the ruins of the building. Not bewildered, Ziba, along with one of the fighters, circumvented the position of the machine gunner from the rear and shot him from the machine gun. At this time, heavy mortar shelling began and Ganiev was wounded in the side by a fragment, but the group had already joined with Marchenko’s detachment. Together, the enemy was finally driven out of the village. After the dressing, Ganieva arrived at the report to the regiment commander.

    For courage and heroism shown in the battles with the invaders, the order on the troops of the North-Western Front No. 0869 dated July 16, 1942 Ziba Ganieva was awarded the Order of the Red Banner (http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?n=6015092). She was also awarded the Order of the Red Star, the medal "For the Defense of Moscow".

    After the wound, she was demobilized and did not take part in the hostilities.

    In the post-war period, she was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree (in 1985, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Victory).
    1. hommer
      hommer 21 February 2013 19: 00
      +6
      Yes, the enemy and the girl snipers beat them well. The bow to them from all of us.

      And this is about our sniper.

      Moldagulova Aliya Nurmukhambetovna - sniper of the 54th separate rifle brigade (22nd army, 2nd Baltic front), corporal.

      She was born on October 25, 1925 in the village of Bulak, Khobdinsky district, Aktobe region. Kazakh. She lost her parents early, lived in Alma-Ata with her uncle, and since 1935 she was brought up in one of the children's homes in Leningrad. At the beginning of the war, the orphanage was evacuated to the Yaroslavl region. She studied at the Rybinsk Aviation College.

      In the Red Army voluntarily since 1942. In 1943 she graduated from the Central Women's School of Sniper Training. In the army since October 1943. Corporal Moldagulova in the first 2 months of participation in the battles destroyed dozens of Nazis.

      In January 1944, she participated in the battle for the village of Kazachikha (Novosokolnichesky district of the Pskov region).

      The battalion went on the attack at dawn. When a few meters were left before the trenches, a Hitler machine gun spoke. With a well-aimed throw of a grenade, Alia silenced him. The first line of enemy fortifications was occupied. During the day, the battalion repelled two counterattacks, and the next morning went on the offensive again. Lying in the snow, Moldagulova calmly and accurately fired sniper fire at the enemy. The third day of the offensive. Aliya with a machine gun - a bullet broke the optical sight of her rifle. With a fragment of a mine she was wounded in the arm, but remains in service. Hitlerites counterattack. From around the corner of the trench, a fascist officer shoots in Alia’s chest. With the last effort, she answers him with a well-aimed shot. That was January 14, 1944 ...

      The title of Hero of the Soviet Union Aliya Nurmukhambetovna Moldagulova was posthumously assigned June 4, 1944, totaling 89 Nazis killed.


      She was awarded the Order of Lenin.

      She was buried in the village of Monakovo, Novosokolniki district. Monuments have been erected in the cities of Aktyubinsk, Novosokolniki and at home; a memorial plaque - on the building of the Leningrad school number 140. A regional memorial museum of the Heroine was created in Aktobe; school museums - in the Moscow school number 891, located on the street named after her, and in the St. Petersburg school number 140. Streets, schools, and the MMF ship are named after the Heroine. The ballet "Alia" is dedicated to her. In 2005, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of the Great Victory, a bust and a memorial plaque of the heroine were installed in the Moscow school number 891, named after the Hero of the Soviet Union Alia Moldagulova. The name of the Heroine is engraved on the monument in Rybinsk on the Walk of Fame, on the memorial sign "They were Artek members" installed on the territory of the International Children's Center "Artek" (former All-Union Young Pioneer Camp of the Central Committee of the Komsomol "Artek", Autonomous Republic of Crimea,
      1. 416sd
        416sd 22 February 2013 10: 15
        +2
        It’s a pity to die. Beautiful really ... Women at that time were different. They lost their fathers and brothers, their husbands lost, they didn’t look for hahari themselves, after the war they plowed for the fallen men, gave birth, brought up ... And they managed to stay beautiful ...
    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 22 February 2013 18: 11
      0
      If it’s easy to find a photo of those three heroes of Azerbaijanis. That would be very true.
  7. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 21 February 2013 10: 27
    +3
    The effective range of a sniper is 600-800m and a simple medium machine gun is not more than 100 m. That's the difference. How many times have I read that even now in Syria a couple of snipers are able to slow down the attack of government troops for several days.
    1. Prometey
      Prometey 21 February 2013 11: 07
      +2
      vladsolo56
      800 m is a very good result for a sniper.
      1. aksakal
        aksakal 21 February 2013 22: 47
        0
        Quote: Prometey
        800 m is a very good result for a sniper.
        - for a line (military) sniper - YES!
        For a specialized special forces unit and for a sniper hunter - NO. There, the task is to get the enemy from 1200 meters, or even 1 meters. Therefore, special rifles of the Orsis-500 type are developed for them, and special cartridges are purchased, in general, everything is special and of the highest degree of quality. Yes, and such a sniper shoots not only - next to the assistant calculates something, it is not clear what. By the way, the director of TsNIITOCHMASH claims that absolutely special bullets such as armor-piercing Lapua -5000 or Lapua-338 were forbidden for NATO to sell to Russians, only ordinary half-sports. They say that even with these bullets, special forces snipers perform their tasks perfectly.
  8. Octavian avgust
    Octavian avgust 21 February 2013 10: 29
    +8
    Many heroes fulfilling their holy duty - the defense of the homeland. And they did not think that Gorbi would give everything for nothing, for which a lot of blood and sweat was spilled! The current generation needs to respect the elders. Bow to them hi
  9. Clueless
    Clueless 21 February 2013 10: 49
    +1
    Quote: vladsolo56
    The effective range of a sniper is 600-800m and a simple medium machine gun is not more than 100 m. That's the difference. How many times have I read that even now in Syria a couple of snipers are able to slow down the attack of government troops for several days.


    logically, they are hiding among the civilian population
  10. gladiatorakz
    gladiatorakz 21 February 2013 11: 24
    +4
    Great stuff! Thanks to the author. I think today it is necessary to develop small arms training among the population. Mobile reserve should be.
  11. AlNikolaich
    AlNikolaich 21 February 2013 11: 30
    +8
    Glory to the Soviet snipers!
  12. bazilio
    bazilio 21 February 2013 11: 42
    0
    "The training of snipers in the Wehrmacht began to be engaged only by the end of 1942"

    something I doubt about this. The Germans had a sniper in the First World War. Perhaps within the framework of the Versailles Peace Treaty, Germany was banned from having snipers, but by the year 33 Hitler "put" on all the restrictions of this treaty. In addition, the USSR in the 30s bought Zeiss optics and fasteners for it in Germany.
    1. Zynaps
      Zynaps 22 February 2013 04: 05
      0
      Quote: bazilio
      Something I doubt about this.


      and completely in vain. sniper - weapons of trench warfare leading the successful Blitzkrieg Wehrmacht snipers were unnecessary. when their war machine stalled, it was then that the Germans needed snipers. because in the Red Army they were just fussing around, and where the Germans were stopped, sniper courses began to appear almost everywhere. a lot of soldiers went on a free hunt in the Primorsky Army during the defense of Sevastopol. all the first half of 1942 Germans and Romanians were beaten not only by infantry soldiers, but also cooks, political workers, artillerymen, sailors. for the Germans and Romanians, our snipers near Sevastopol became a real headache - losses from sniper fire, judging by the reports, were very large. later this experience was useful in Stalingrad, where many of the evacuated participants of the defense of Sevastopol fought with the experience of sniper war.

      eslico, I got the information from the book of 1945 edition "Defense of Sevastopol in documents and materials".
    2. Region65
      Region65 22 February 2013 09: 27
      0
      for that matter - snipers (marksmanships) appeared along with the advent of rifles, and here it is about training snipers in Germany))) well, shooting sport was fashionable in the Soviet Union but not in Germany)))) until World War II , and besides, there will be more quality hunters, therefore, there is more potential for sniper business)))))) only Siberia and the Far East are worth it :))))))) well and at the time of the USSR others are now independent states)
  13. Andrey57
    Andrey57 21 February 2013 11: 45
    +1
    Normally, our grandfathers crumbled chances, even 50 - this is almost 2 platoon, once, during army service, our secretary showed us the numbers how many amers planned against our separate battalion of their marines, then we strongly doubted their reliability, but looking at the results of our grandfathers in World War II, probably the amers still planned correctly ... laughing
  14. Larus
    Larus 21 February 2013 12: 50
    +1
    It is very good when they teach snipers initially, and do not give a rifle in a company and are appointed a sniper.
    By the way, I read recollections that some women snipers were defended by killed Germans with confirmations, although they didn’t stick out of the commander’s dugouts ..... And there was something to conceal.
    Well, of course, most of the Germans didn’t crumble, but for their Motherland. Although they draw a new story in which our grandfathers fought only because detachments shot everyone who went to the rear.
  15. Axel
    Axel 21 February 2013 13: 33
    +2
    Simo Haiha: 542 Killed (possibly 705) arguably the most successful warrior ever
    Simo Hayha, the Finn, is the only non-Soviet soldier on this list. Called "White Death" by the Red Army due to camouflage disguised as snow. According to Haih’s statistics, the most bloody sniper in history. Before taking part in the war, he was a farmer. Incredibly, in weapons he preferred an iron sight to an optical one.
    Ivan Mikhailovich Sidorenko, was drafted in 1939 at the beginning of World War II. During the Battle of 1941 in Moscow, he learned to shoot from cover and became known as a bandit with a deadly target. One of his most famous acts: he destroyed a tank and three other vehicles using incendiary ammunition. However, after the wound received in Estonia, his role in subsequent years was primarily a teaching one. In 1944 Sidorenko was awarded the prestigious title of Hero of the Soviet Union, approximately 500 killed
    Nikolay Yakovlevich Ilyin: 494 killed.
    In 2001, a movie was shot in Hollywood: "Enemy at the Gates" about the famous Russian sniper Vasily Zaitsev. The film depicts the events of the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942-1943. The film about Nikolai Yakovlevich Ilyin was not shot, but his contribution to Soviet military history was just as important. Killing 494 enemy soldiers (sometimes listed as 497), Ilyin was a deadly shooter for the enemy.
    1. Heccrbq
      Heccrbq 21 February 2013 15: 34
      0
      iron optical sight .-------- laughing maybe still an open sight, not iron? drinks
    2. CTEPX
      CTEPX 22 February 2013 07: 49
      0
      Axel
      "Hayha is the bloodiest sniper in history" ...
      But what about this article?
      ... "The real accounts of the snipers are actually more than the confirmed ones. For example, Fedor Okhlopkov, according to estimates, killed more than a thousand Germans in total" ...,
      ... "Finn Simo Häyhä, who is credited with 504 killed Red Army soldiers, of which 219 were documented" ...,

      "Surkov Mikhail Ilyich - 702" - from the table.

      Or, if this is a direct citation of a source, judging by the epithets in relation to ours - "a bandit with a deadly goal" - a foreigner, it would be nice - a link)).
  16. super-vitek
    super-vitek 21 February 2013 14: 15
    +1
    A sniper, especially a well-trained, morally stable one, is not just a means to destroy the enemy, but also a colossal demoralizing factor! And it doesn’t matter how many confirmations 1,2,500 are on his account. !!!
  17. rolik
    rolik 21 February 2013 14: 30
    +3
    I don’t see something here. he was here the other day, coming out to a brown substance, shouting that the trendsetters in the sniper business are Anglo-Saxons. Although he was told in black and white and proved that the best snipers are our compatriots. And the proud English-speaking comrades snipers ended during the time of mass archery by William Telem and Robin Hood.
    Pimpy ay !!! Where are your sensational proofs.
    1. Raphael_83
      Raphael_83 21 February 2013 21: 04
      0
      Hmmm ... I'm sorry, but Wilhelm seems to be a natural Swiss, but not Sax (or at least Norman) request
      1. rolik
        rolik 22 February 2013 17: 28
        +1
        З
        Quote: Raphael_83
        about wilhelm like natural swiss

        I know. But, as they said in one film:
        - What's the difference? laughing
    2. Region65
      Region65 22 February 2013 09: 28
      +1
      Anglo-Saxons are far from lawmakers :) they are more likely names
  18. zmey
    zmey 21 February 2013 15: 05
    +1
    Russian sniper psychopath - made HAHA !!! What is it like? throw MSL from 400-600 meters to the officer in the left eye what ??? amers how they will come up with some crap then they themselves believe in it holy !!!
    800 meters is a normal distance for sniper fire, on Mosin rifles, SVT-40, SVD open sight 1500m, optical 1200-1300m. but they rarely fired at the maximum range. it is difficult to introduce corrections for wind and derivation, the target is poorly discernible and could not "reach" the aiming point.
    This is for the krivoruky amers 800m dream limit because I shoot their super sophisticated rifles at 400 meters (direct shot range)! no need to line up on the handshake !!!!
    1. Larus
      Larus 21 February 2013 16: 31
      0
      Well, judging by the Discovery channel, they have the most accurate rifles that hit the farthest))))) And the best snipers are the same))))))
      1. Region65
        Region65 22 February 2013 09: 31
        0
        well, that's for sure, because the valiant US sniper is serviced by a laser rangefinder, a computer with a ballistic calculator and a whole group of satellites :)))))))) that is, he doesn't need to do anything, all the equipment did for him and he just lowered the hook .. yes, even then these parasites have already begun to invent "unmanned" sniper rifles and even with self-guided ammunition :)))))) although this is a bike or not, I don't know :))))
  19. straiser
    straiser 21 February 2013 15: 46
    +1
    And my grandfather had snipers, first in the Finnish war and then in the Second World War, it’s a pity that I don’t know how much he destroyed the enemy request
  20. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 21 February 2013 18: 51
    0
    Rest in peace ...
  21. Alikovo
    Alikovo 21 February 2013 19: 33
    0
    get fucked up and that's not all
  22. Karlsonn
    Karlsonn 21 February 2013 19: 55
    +2
    On photo:

    Soviet sniper, drilled by Radna Ayusheev from the 63th Marine Brigade.




    Passar Maxim Aleksandrovich

    272 (236?)

    71st Guards SD. He died on January 17.01.1943, XNUMX.

    On photo:

    Soviet sniper Maxim Passar. An ethnic Nanai, a sniper of the 71 Guards Rifle Division, destroyed over the 230 Nazis. 17 was killed in January 1943, in a battle near the village of Peschanka, Gorodishchensky district.

    February 16, 2010 by Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 199 awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation.

    1. Zynaps
      Zynaps 22 February 2013 10: 42
      +3
      Fritz has a cool seal in the photo. there is a masterfully performed injection into the back of the head of liquid euthanasia in ampoules 7.62x54R of a violently mixed head with Nazism of the head mosquito.
  23. xan
    xan 21 February 2013 19: 57
    0
    It’s interesting, but where did the Yakuts, Evenks and Chukchi come from, they were not drafted into the army.
    special thanks to the forum users from Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan for the notes about their compatriots snipers
    1. Karlsonn
      Karlsonn 22 February 2013 01: 32
      0
      Quote: xan
      It’s interesting, but where did the Yakuts, Evenks and Chukchi come from, they were not drafted into the army.


      why are you lying?


      Quote: xan
      special thanks to the forum users from Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan for the notes about their compatriots snipers


      and here is the answer laughing
      1. Region65
        Region65 22 February 2013 09: 35
        0
        he mixed up the 1940s with the 2000s, and the Chukchi mixed up with the Caucasians, who are not being drafted into the army now.
    2. Zynaps
      Zynaps 22 February 2013 04: 15
      0
      are mistaken. only small nations, the entire gene pool of which amounted to several hundred or thousands of people, were not to be called up and sent to the front.
    3. Region65
      Region65 22 February 2013 09: 34
      0
      Yakuts, Evenks and Chukchi (there are also Nanais, Ainis, Nivkhs and so on) are actually the best among the best, they hunt since childhood, because they live for generations, that's why the shooters and trackers are good, and they hide and know a lot about ambushes ... .. it is now in the army of "Chukchi" from some of the southern republics of the Russian Federation are not called, and earlier in the days of the USSR it was a matter of honor to fight for the Motherland and serve the Motherland.
    4. 416sd
      416sd 22 February 2013 11: 11
      0
      Evenki, Yakut and Chukchi are born hunters and trackers.
      I think this is very important in the work of a sniper reconnaissance.
      As for the fact that they did not call, they called. They did not call in tsarist times.
  24. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 21 February 2013 20: 54
    +2
    Quote: xan
    It’s interesting, but where did the Yakuts, Evenks and Chukchi come from, they were not drafted into the army.
    special thanks to the forum users from Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan for the notes about their compatriots snipers

    even as called. for example, in the given list the sixth is just the Evenk - Kulbertinov.
  25. family tree
    family tree 21 February 2013 21: 23
    +3
    The author of some men brought it to the tablet. Scoundrel! Rosa Shanina: 59 fascists, of which 12 are snipers!
    And also Ekaterina Poshlina, Lidia Gurkova, Elizabeth Hozeva, Lyudmila Kolpakova, Polina Larina, these are only those who have the Order of Glory. And how many more were there.
    1. lesnik.
      lesnik. 22 February 2013 07: 39
      +2
      Quote: perepilka
      And how many more were there.

      Many of these girls forced the Russian flowers to smell from below.
    2. chex2418
      chex2418 22 February 2013 15: 53
      +1
      I agree, family tree!!!! ... The author kept silent about women snipers, but their contribution to VICTORY is no less !!! !!! .... love
  26. bublic82009
    bublic82009 21 February 2013 21: 41
    0
    effective type of combat
    1. Bosk
      Bosk 21 February 2013 22: 15
      +1
      Snipers themselves will not win the war ... but on the psyche, the enemy strained to create a very rather big one.
  27. Cyrus
    Cyrus 21 February 2013 21: 53
    0
    We were very pleased with the results of the "rally of NKVD snipers" :))) The fascists were in shock for ten days!
  28. ko88
    ko88 22 February 2013 00: 14
    +1
    The northern peoples and the peoples of Siberia called them mainly by snipers, because in those years from early childhood they hunted and also had excellent command of the basics of shooting, note that the Asians, that is, the Mongol and Turk peoples have much better eyesight than the Europeans and see they are much farther and clearer to longer distances than the Europeans, for example, there was such a sniper Nomokonov Semyon Danilovich Evenk by nationality so he spanked 368 enemies without an optical sight, and so did one more general. The eye is a diamond! wink
  29. BITL_DJUS
    BITL_DJUS 22 February 2013 05: 40
    +3
    I think that the Soviet Union snipers were the best snipers of World War II.

    Snipers from Yakutia with a score of more than a hundred Fritz:

    Kulbertinov Ivan Nikolaevich - Evenk
    Okhlopkov Fedor Matveyevich - Yakut
    Mironov Alexey Afanasevich - Yakut
    Gulyaev Dmitry Alekseevich - Yakut
    Petrov Egor Konstantinovich - Yakut
    Fedorov Georgy Konstantinovich - Yakut
    - maybe someone else has not taken into account.

    In the Second World War from Yakutia, more than 60 thousand hours of Yakut were mobilized. Russians, Evens, Evenks and other nat. Of course, the lion's share of them were Yakuts.

    Considering that the population of Yakutia then totaled about 400 people,
    almost all men capable of holding a rifle stood under the gun.

    In my village with a population of 8000 thousand hours (99,9% Yakuts) in Soviet times, parades were held on May 9, so if not a company gathered there, then several platoons of veterans for sure.

    The most honored veteran of our village is Protodyakonov Gavril Dmitrievich sniper gunner.
  30. lesnik.
    lesnik. 22 February 2013 07: 34
    0
    Quote: perepilka
    And how many more were there.

    Many of these girls forced the Russian flowers to smell from below.
  31. 416sd
    416sd 22 February 2013 10: 17
    0
    On Mamedali Abbasova dug, it turned out such a reference here:

    Born in 1920 in the Barda region of Azerbaijan. Member of the CPSU (b) since 1942. In the ranks of the Red Army since 1940, he was trained as a sniper. On the fronts of World War II he fought from its first days.

    Since October 1942, with the rank of sergeant, he fought in the 2nd Separate Rifle Battalion of the 63rd Marine Brigade of the Northern Fleet (Northern Defensive Region). For a short period from October 10 to November 20, 1942, he established himself as a fearless and despising death fighter who repeatedly participated in raids for the military guarding of the enemy in the harsh conditions of the Arctic. For the indicated period of time (one and a half months), 63 killed soldiers and officers of the enemy accumulated in the personal account of Sergeant Abbasov. In addition, Abbasov, as indicated in his first award list, managed to teach the sniper business of three Red Army men, who very soon opened an account for the destruction of enemy soldiers and officers.

    On November 30, 1942, sniper Mammadali Abbasov was wounded in battle and was evacuated to the hospital. By a decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of February 23, 1943 he was awarded the Order of the Red Banner (http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?n=50624020).

    After being treated at the hospital, Sergeant Abbasov returned to the 63rd Marine Brigade. On August 31, 1943, a group of snipers led by Abbasov, having advanced ahead of the battle formations of the 2nd battalion, destroyed six Nazis on the front line. In response, the enemy fired heavily from mortars, firing about 100 minutes. Nevertheless, a group of snipers under the competent leadership of Abbasov did not leave their positions and continued to monitor the enemy and well-aimed fire.

    By September 1943, Sergeant Mamedali Abbasov already had 146 killed enemy soldiers and officers on his personal account. In addition, by the indicated time, he managed to prepare 25 competent and already leading their own score snipers. For the fearless destruction of the enemy, for the courage and bravery shown in battles with the Nazi invaders and for the skillful training of soldiers in sniper business, Order No. 05 of the 63rd Marine Brigade of September 13, 1943, Sergeant Mamedali Abbasov was awarded the Order of the Red Star (http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?n=51388791).

    By the end of 1943, on Abbasov’s personal account there were already 187 killed soldiers and officers of the enemy. Thus, sniper Mammadali Abbasov entered the hundred of the most successful Soviet snipers of the Great Patriotic War (see link: http://topwar.ru/24475-samye-rezultativnye-snaypery.html).

    PSWe were not able to determine the fate of Mammadali Abbasov after September 1943. According to sources in the Azerbaijani language (the Kommunizm yolu newspaper, issue dated April 1, 1975), it was possible to find out only that he was born in the Barda region of Azerbaijan (which was not determined by award sheets). In addition, the name of Mamedali Abbasov passes in the bibliographic encyclopedia of the Barda region. According to the OBD “Memorial”, the first and last name in various declensions does not pass, from which we can conclude that he survived. However, in any case, the fate of Mammadali Abbasov after September 1943 remains unclear. We will keep the question in sight and update the material in case of additional information about this person.

    www.yoldash.net
    1. hommer
      hommer 22 February 2013 23: 02
      +1
      Quote: 416sd
      Digging around Mamedali Abbasov, we got such a reference here:

      Well done! Here on such examples, young people need to be educated, not blue in the ass stars!
  32. Chukcha
    Chukcha 22 February 2013 11: 00
    +1
    Here is also about our snipers and with photos - http://wio.ru/galgrnd/sniper/sniperru.htm
  33. chex2418
    chex2418 22 February 2013 15: 47
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    Glory to the RUSSIAN SOLDIER !!! ... Excellent article. Thanks to the author hi
  34. ramsi
    ramsi 22 February 2013 17: 38
    +2
    Ghenxnumx,
    Ghenxnumx,
    Quote: Ghen75
    It is a pity that the shkolota does not pay attention to such details and after viewing it gives comments like these: "Worker December 29, 2012 19:37 QuoteVery respectful film. And you Prikinte - how many films about the US participation in THAT war in Europe were filmed? - ZERO! (about the Poles and the French - there were - one at a time) -! But Poland and France are on the continent! And only VERY brave people will go to fight in an Alien War - on a foreign continent. After all, the US - the war in Europe did not concern! The Japanese are another matter - for Pearl Harbor - the USA showed them Hiroshima! THERE was a showdown there. (And scoops - "on the sly" - they took the islands for themselves!) Scoops - films about the US fighters WERE NOT FILED! "

    this is how the fifth column is born. And what to do ... flog, register, remove from the family ...
    1. hommer
      hommer 22 February 2013 23: 04
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      The fifth column does not appear on its own - ideologists who push this crap of youth must be flogged.
  35. Eugene
    Eugene 22 February 2013 19: 48
    +2
    Good article. But, maybe I read the list badly? Where is Tatyana Kostyrina? A girl at the age of 19 stole more than 120 "Hans"! !
  36. aleks-s2011
    aleks-s2011 20 March 2013 17: 13
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    Quote: evgenii67
    Quote: Ghen75
    I am amused - from real events there is only a name and a surname - everything else is scolding the Soviet soldiers and whitewashing the Nazis as noble warriors carrying enlightenment to the wild Russians (pedrezh in the dugout with subsequent burning, drunkenness in the trenches, the rampant lust of the leadership, naturally a communist, and the kindness of the Nazis to the inhabitants Stalingrad)

    I DID NOT APPROVE THAT THIS FILM REPEATS ALL EVENTS this time !!!!
    You and me really weren’t there — these are two!
    three- "based on real events" is the fact that a man with such a surname really was one of the best snipers, and duels with German snipers also took place ...
    What about how there who was talking in this film and behaved, this is the director’s imagination FROM THIS FILM AND ARTISTIC, NOT DOCUMENTARY.

    unimportant fontazy for both the scriptwriter and the director
  37. Ivan65
    Ivan65 11 June 2013 21: 09
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    Please add to this list also Filip Andreevich Ivanov, born in 1910, Russian, vintage. from. Aya, Altai District, Altai Territory, Art. lieutenant, commander of the 3rd company of the 288th joint venture of the 181st SD of the Central Front. He was awarded the Order of the Red Star (25.10.42), the Order of the Red Banner (25.04.1943), the Order of Lenin (27.06.1943)

    From the award list:

    "... During the fighting on the Central Front, Comrade Ivanov personally exterminated 78 enemy soldiers and officers, and in total during the period of defending the city of STALINGRAD and fighting on the Central Front, he exterminated 183 soldiers and officers, 3 tanks, and a company mortar.
    In addition, being a sniper-instructor, he trained 42 snipers on the Central Front, who have on their account more than one hundred exterminated Nazis.
    Conclusion: FOR THE DIFFERENT COURAGE, COURAGE AND HEROISM AS A RESULT OF WHAT HAS INFLUENCED BIG LOSSES TO THE ENEMY, FOR CULTIVATION OF COURAGE AND RESISTANCE OF THE PERSONAL Mouth, CULTIVATION OF SNIPERS comrade. IVANOV FILIP ANDREEVICH DESERVES THE TITLE OF HERO OF THE SOVIET UNION. "

    CONCLUSION OF THE MILITARY COUNCIL 65 OF THE ARMY:
    Deserves to be awarded the title of "Hero of the Soviet Union".

    COMMANDER OF THE MILITARY 65 OF THE ARMY, GENERAL LIEUTENANT / BATOV /
    MEMBER OF THE MILITARY COUNCIL 65 OF THE ARMY, COLONEL / RADETSKY /
    June 29, 1943 "

    Unfortunately, Ivanov F.A. died July 27, 1943 in battle during the liberation of the Oryol region. The burial place is still unknown. Are looking for. His grandson, Sergey Ivanov, is in touch with me.
    I think that people should know and remember about such a warrior. All documents can be viewed on the sites http://www.obd-memorial.ru/html/index.html and http://www.podvignaroda.ru/

    Sincerely, Evgeny Frolov.
  38. FF1213
    FF1213 16 March 2016 13: 31
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    One of the 20 most successful WWII snipers
    Smolensky Kuzma Danilovich born in 1906. Sniper, foreman of the 259th Infantry Regiment of the 179th Infantry Division, 43rd Army, 1st Baltic Front (Kalininsky). Wounded on 11.08.1942/XNUMX/XNUMX.
    From 1941 to 1945, he destroyed 406 enemy soldiers and officers.
    http://soviet-aces-1936-53.ru/snipers/abc/s/smolenski.htm
    Awards:
    1. Order of the Red Banner http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?#id=16075154&tab=navDetailManAward
    2. Order of Glory, II degree
    http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?#id=23569214&tab=navDetailManAward
    3. Order of Glory III degree
    http://www.podvignaroda.ru/?#id=35374877&tab=navDetailManAward

    He fought in tandem with the Hero of the USSR V. Kvachantiradze, destroyed 534 enemy soldiers and officers.
    http://soviet-aces-1936-53.ru/snipers/abc/k/kvachant.htm
    The commander of their sniper squad was Hero of the USSR Okhlopkov F.M., destroyed 429 enemy soldiers and officers.
    http://soviet-aces-1936-53.ru/snipers/abc/o/ohlopkov.htm
    Smolensky K. D. died in 1969. He was buried in Bishkek (formerly the city of Frunze) Kyrgyzstan, at the "Old Cemetery".
  39. Resha Burangulov
    Resha Burangulov 6 November 2017 10: 41
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    Good day to all! I’m interested in the question of the best sniper of the USSR who fought on the Leningrad Front. Destroyed 502 x fascists, his name is Akhmetyanov Akhat Abdulkhakovich. Why his name is not mentioned on some sites.
  40. Ivan Ivanovich_2
    Ivan Ivanovich_2 26 February 2020 19: 22
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    Hello! Thank you very much for the article. If you do not mind, there is not much additional information about Isegov Ivan Romanovich. Including his letter: https://obd-memoriala.ru/%D0%B2%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B0-% D0% B5% D0% B2% D0% B4% D0% BE% D0% BA% D0% B8% D1% 8F-% D0% BF% D0% B5% D1% 82% D1% 80% D0% BE% D0 % B2% D0% BD% D0% B0 /
  41. Allex22
    Allex22 3 May 2020 15: 13
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    For some reason, one of the best snipers is not mentioned - Arseniy Etobaev ...
    356 fascists and 2 aircraft!