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"Enemy at the Gates" A Russian sniper and a German sniper play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.

"Enemy at the Gates" A Russian sniper and a German sniper play a game of cat-and-mouse during the Battle of Stalingrad.

German gebirgsjager sniper

German Sniper Heinz Thorvald It says Heinz Thorvald, (König in Enemy at the Gates), it was one of the best snipers in the Second World War, with 456 confirmed casualties.

An American soldier from Company B, 68th Armored Infantry Battalion, 4th Armored Division, engages German snipers entrenched in a spire of the church of Saint-Michel, while the tank in the foreground provides supporting fire in Place de l'Église, Oberhoffen-sur-Moder, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France. February 6 1945.  (The church was destroyed during the liberation of the town and was rebuilt in 1956)

American soldiers from Armored Infantry Battalion, Armored Division engage German snipers entrenched in the Church spire at Oberhoffen, while the tank in the foreground provides supporting fire, February 1945

Francotirador britanico listo para la accion

British Army Sniper from the Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment onboard a Royal Air Force Merlin helicopter in Helmand province, Afghanistan in support of Operation Herrick.

Vasili Záitsev em Stalingrado 1942, Herói militar soviético, Vasili é uma lenda na Rússia; o maior francotirador da história com mais de 225 baixas de soldados alemães. Esta foto é de domínio público na Rússia e foi publicada antes de 1 de janeiro de 1954. O autor da foto é desconhecido e diz-se que morreu antes da publicação da mesma.

Vasily Grigoryevich Zaytsev Soviet sniper during World War II, notable particularly for his activities between 10 November and 17 December during the Battle of Stalingrad. He killed 225 soldiers.

Chris Kyle, Navy SEAL sniper. RIP. The gold colored objects on top of his casket are Navy SEAL insignia badges pounded by hand into the lid of his casket by his fellow SEAL's. There's more than 100 of them here; the most know to have been placed on a single casket.

“I'll bet these tridents nailed by fellow Seals on his coffin, mean more to Chris Kyle than any ole Oscal.

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