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There is a more complete article at Operation Panzerfaust, which seems to cover almost all the same information. I suggest merging the content of the articles into one at Operation Panzerfaust. This is not an episode of the war that I am particularly familiar with, but there seem to be ample sources and the articles already give a good starting point. —Zujine|talk 18:42, 4 April 2012 (UTC)
Upon further research it seems that Operation Margarethe and Operation Panzerfaust were indeed two separate initiatives as part of the Siege of Budapest. While moving the article is probably not the correct approach at this time, I think that this article does still need some serious fleshing out, especially with regard to references and discussing the particulars of this operation within the broader siege. I will start on it. —Zujine|talk 21:55, 6 April 2012 (UTC)
I'm not sure if stormfront.org was plagiarising wikipedia or vice-versa, but I found the same wording for a particular section that I just removed here. Don't usually spend my time trolling white supremacy forums, but it came up while I was looking for new sources for the article. To be safe, I just removed the section, as I didn't feel it really helped the article much anyway. If I find a reliable source for it, I will restore with proper citation. —Zujine|talk 16:41, 10 April 2012 (UTC)