Talk:Ivan Panfilov

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The 47 tanks[edit]

The 47 tanks number is clearly an exagerration of Soviet war propaganda (check inflated Kursk battle data provided by Soviet, amounting to a destruction more than WHOLE WW2 German tank production or so). Third parthy sources would be welcome. --Attilios (talk) 17:47, 11 October 2008 (UTC)

The antiquated Kazakh artillery[edit]

The "antiquated Kazakh artillery" is nonsence. I.e. "Kazakh artillery" is nonsence itself. I do not know what western propaganda is the source of this. M.G.Ivanov 23:30, 29 June 2009 (MSK) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 81.5.82.244 (talk)

I've rewritten it[edit]

The article contained almost no information about General Panfilov himself and mentioned something about three survivors from the entire division (even among theTwenty-Eight Guardsmen, which are often confused with the Panfilovtsy as a whole, there were at least six survivors). I've deleted it all except the date of birth and death, added an infobox and a portrait, and wrote his biography to the best of my ability.Bahavd Gita (talk) 10:43, 19 February 2011 (UTC)