Tatyana Konstantinova killed 84 fascists.
Maria Zubchenko (Solovjeva) killed 83 fascists.
Alexandra Vinogradova killed 83 fascists.
Tatyana Chernova killed 81 fascists.
Julia Belousova killed 80 fascists.
Klavdia Marinkina (Fedoseeva) killed 79 fascists.
Holder the Order of the Red Star, the Order of Glory 3rd Class Lidia Gudovantseva killed 76 fascists and returned from the war to work as a lecturer-methodologist.
Lidia Onyanova killed 76 fascists.
Taisia Maximova killed 76 fascists. She was a little girl when a German army entered Leningrad. She watched a lot of defenseless Soviet people being killed, including her first cousin with her two kids, a 5-year old boy and girl who hadn’t even learnt how to walk yet. She attempted to join the army several times but she was just 15 so she would always been denied. Finally, she escaped from the factory she worked at and became a sniper. She went all the way up to Berlin and returned to Leningrad.
Maria Morozova killed 57 fascists. She celebrated the victory in Prague where on May, 12th she made her last kill as a sniper.
Roza Shanina killed 75 fascists. She persisted on joining the army even though she was 16. She took sniper classes and made her first sniper kill in 1944. She died in a battle on January 28th, 1945.
Alexandra Medvedeva (Samonosova) killed over 70 fascists.
Maryenkina (Yakusheva) killed 70 fascists.
Belobrova (Mironova) killed 70 fascists.
Demina (Isaeva) killed 70 fascists.
Alexandra Shlyakhova killed 69 fascists. She became a sniper in 1943 and died in 1944.
Yevgenia Makeeva killed 68 fascists.
Yekaterina Golovakha (on the right) killed 67 fascists.
Klavdia Dunaeva killed 67 fascists. She was a medical instructor and a sniper who saved 143 lives of Soviet soldiers and officers. She received 11 awards for her service.
Snipers Polina Krestyaninova (on the left) and Anna Nosova (on the right).
Polina Krestyaninova killed 65 fascists. She lied about her age to be sent to a shooting school and finished it in summer, 1943.
Nina Obukhovskaya killed 64 fascists.
Vera Kosolapova killed 63 fascists. She was a sniper and a medical instructor who saved 103 lives.
There are more photographs about females participating in WWII.
Best snipers of the Kalinin Front.
Female snipers before going to the front, 1943.
A sniper of the 1st Baltic Front, 1944.
Sniper Rosa Shanina (1924—1945) and her commander A. Balaev.
Sniper Rosa Shanina.
Snipers Zaytseva and Petrova.
Snipers of the 33rd Army of the Byelorussian Front.
Snipers Natakia Kovshova and Maria Polivanova.
Defenders of Sevastopol, June 21st, 1942.
Lieutenant Yevdokia Zavaly was a commander of a amphibious rifleman platoon.
Medical orderlies Ivashina and Medvedeva. October, 1941.
Medical instructors in the Kalinin Front.
The Ukrainian Front.
Holder of orders, sniper Yevdokia Motina, 1943.
Hero of the Soviet Union Maria Dolina.
Snipers Razumova and Dolgopalova, 1943.
Female snipers, the Moscow Region.
Marching female snipers. Podolsk, 1944.