Litviak’s total number of kills
Different numbers appear in different sources. The most reliable source is the 1989 document, "Chronicle of Combat Victories of Guards Junior Lieutenant Litviak Lydiia Vladimirovna," (TsAMO f. 33, op. 686044, d. 4, l. 27) which was prepared as part of the paperwork for Litviak's Hero of the Soviet Union award.
According to the official 1989 Chronicle, Litviak had 12 Individual kills: 1 Ju-87, 3 Ju-88, 7 Me-109, 1 balloon and 3 shared kills: 2 Me-109, 1 FW-190.

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