Pavel Ivanovich Batov, (1897–1985) — Weapons and Warfare

Soviet Army general who served with the Bryansk Front and in the Battle of Kursk, among many other engagements. Born on June 1, 1897, in the village of Filisovo in the Rybinsk region of Yaroslavl Province, Russia, Pavel Batov entered the army in 1915 during World War I and fought on the Russo-German front. He […]

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5 Responses to Pavel Ivanovich Batov, (1897–1985) — Weapons and Warfare

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    For a Soviet General he lived so long without getting Stalin’s attention and wrah

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