The Most Dangerous Women Who Killed 300 Soldiers in World War II
Lyudmila Pavlichenko: A 25 year old young lady is standing at the door of the Odessa recruiting office, about to
make one of the most crucial decisions of her entire life. You see, on 22nd of June 1941, Nazi Germany invaded
The Soviet Union. Which is by far, the largest German military operation of World War II. And suddenly the Soviet
Union began recruiting volunteers at the Odessa recruiting office, in Ukraine, remember this is at the time of The
Soviet Empire where Ukraine was part of the Soviet Empire before the collapse of The Soviet Union in 1991.
However, during the first round of the volunteers, a 25 year old young lady by the name of Lyudmila Pavlichenko,
showed up in the office eager to join the infantry, but the registrar’s refuse to sign her into the army and
suggested that she work as a nurse instead. She was just 25 years old and so they didn’t think she might be able
to fight. So, they gave her a chance whether to send her to the nurse where she would no longer be in danger or
else send her to the frontline. And so, now is the moment where she must decide whether to join as a nurse
where she would no longer be in danger or join the army in the battlefield, And to everyone’s surprise, the lady
decided to join the army and fight in the battlefield. This young lady would later become the most Deadliest
Sniper in world war II, killing more than 300 soldiers on the battlefield. And thus earning herself the nickname
‘Lady Death!’ So, how did this young lady from Odessa, become the world most dangerous woman of world war
II, and how did she manage to survive in the second world war, despite being hit by a mortar shell during the war.
Welcome to the true story of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, the deadliest sniper of the Soviet Union and how she became
the most dangerous woman who changed the course of history.
Watch the documentary to the very end to find out what really happened…
You Might also Like:
Mansa Musa: The Richest Human to Ever Lived!