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Why is this KV tank variant more notable then the dozens of others?22.214.171.124 (talk) 05:01, 6 November 2011 (UTC)
There is no such concept as "more notable". Topics are either "notable" or "not notable". This one is supported by coverage elsewhere, so we consider it notable.
Your point might be better described as "more written-about", rather than "more notable". This just means that an editor chose to write about it, rather than writing about other variants, even if those could indeed be said to be "more notable" than this. That's a personal judgment for the editor, not a policy matter. Article creation isn't organised as any sort of "worklist of articles we ought to write". Maybe they had more source material to work from, maybe they just like it. Andy Dingley (talk) 11:30, 6 November 2011 (UTC)
A supposed prototype. The KV-4 never reached the prototype stage, so this picture is a hoax. On close inspection it's also visible that several parts of the picture have been edited. There are several edited (fake) images of supposed muti-turreted heavy tanks on the internet. A good example of such a fake legend is the KV-VI. There was a prototype assault gun, called KV-6, but there was never any "KV-VI" muti-turreted tank.
I don't know if the drawings are from the 40s I think they might have a copyright protection? Niftyweegee (talk) 02:45, 9 June 2016 (UTC)