Pavel Aleksandrovich Yegorov.
(From Kholm Slavy (The Hill of Glory). By G.N. Rokotov. Izdatel'stvo "Kamenyar" L'vov, 1965. Third edition with changes, 1972. Page 104. The "Hill of Glory" in the city of L'vov [Lviv, Lemberg] in the Ukraine is a large war cemetery.)
Guards lieutenant. Platoon commander in the telephone-cable company of the 152nd Prague Orders of Bogdan Khmel'nitskii, Aleksandr Nevsky, and the Red Star Separate Guards Signal Battalion. Born in 1922 in the village of Pechurino, Opochets District, Pskov Oblast. Russian. Member of the party. In the Red Army since June 1941. At the front since July 1942. Awarded the order of the Patriotic War 2nd class and the medal "For Military Service." Killed 5 May 1945 in the village of Mautitz, Germany. By an order of the commander of the 10th Ural-L'vov Volunteer Guards Tank Corps, Guards Lieutenant P.A. Yegorov was posthumously awarded the order of the Patriotic War 1st class. Row 11, plot 16.
Translated by Mark Conrad, 2004.