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- 10/11/2017 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Liudmyla Mykhailovna Pavlychenko was one of 2000 women snipers who served in the Soviet Army during World War II in their fight to expel the Fascists from their motherland. On the battlefield, they proved to the world that they were more than capable--they were deadly. Pavlychenko, the most famous of these female snipers, became a symbol of strength and resolve for both the Soviet Union and the United States. Matthew Furman (240) 882-8290.