Finnish sniper in the Winter War “White Death” 1/72

Simo Häyhä nicknamed “White Death” was a Finnish sniper.
Using a Finnish-produced M/28-30 rifle (a variant of the Mosin–Nagant rifle) and the Suomi KP/-31 submachine gun, he is reported by western sources to have killed 505 men during the 1939–40 Winter War, the highest recorded number of sniper kills in any major war.

The soldiers are from Strelets 1/72



Pictures are taken in Manzanares el Real, january 2018.

Austro Hungarian Field Marshal – First World War 1/72

Franz Freiherr Rohr von Denta (30 October 1854 – 9 December 1927) was an Austro-Hungarian Field Marshal and field commander who served as the last commander of the Austro-Hungarian First Army.

Born in Arad, Kingdom of Hungary, Austrian Empire (modern-day Romania), in 1854 as Franz Denta, son of an army NCO, he became a lieutenant in the 3 Galizisches Uhlanen-Regiment Erzherzog Carl in 1876 upon graduating from the Theresan Military Academy in Wiener-Neustadt.[1] Having attained the rank of Colonel, he was appointed Chief of Staff of II Corps in September 1897, a position in which he served until April 1901. By 1903 Denta was commanding the 73 Landwehr-Brigade at Pressburg/Pozsony (modern-day Bratislava) and in 1909 was made General Inspector of military educational establishments. In 1911 he was promoted to the rank of General der Kavallerie and appointed commander of the Hungarian Landwehr (Honved) in 1913.

Soldier is 1:72 a conversion from Hät Austrian Artillery Soldier and Head form austrian WWI Heavy Weapons with and a horse from austrian napoleonic italeri.

Photos are taken in Bratislav Hrad (Castle of Bratislava) 1th of january 2018 a wonderful city with a nice people.