How would you feel when you are just inches away from a possible death? Well, you just can’t explain it as your face tells everything with awful fear and panic expressions.
But, we are talking about some brave soldiers who have laughed at death during the World War II.
These soldiers are martyrs and they have sacrificed their lives for their motherland, and even death could not kill their virtue and honor.
Minutes after these photos were captured; these soldiers were killed and left behind a great zeal of bravery and sacrifice.
A Soviet spy laughs at his executioner in a picture taken in Rukajärvi, in East Karelia, in November 1942. It has been thought within the Finnish Defence Forces that the decision to withhold pictures of the fate of Russian POWs and spies may also have been prompted by concerns that pro-Soviet elements in Finnish society could have used the images for propaganda purposes. This picture was declassified by the Ministry of Defense of Finland in the 2006, with the description: Unknown Soviet intelligence officer before being shot, Finland, 1942. | source | image credit