Simo Häyhä, known as the White Death, is perhaps the most renowned sniper in the world. Yet as a person he might be less known as many of the sources regarding Häyhä have remained unknown to the English-speaking world.
Through his only recently discovered diary, letters and other thoughts you can learn more about his humane side and how he felt about life and war.
Kollaa, the front in which Häyhä served in the Winter War against the Soviet Union also deserves to be remembered.
You can now read the originally handwritten diary in its visualized form with added war-time photos and context behind the text and characters displayed.