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  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 20:08 . . (-444). .Diannaa (talk | contribs)(remove material, too much detail. This article is not about the German greeting; it's about Hitler. Also, it is sourced to a wiki (not considered a reliable source))
  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 20:04 . . (+149). .Arminden (talk | contribs)(fixed my inaccuracy, added one more along the same line)
  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 19:38 . . (+213). .Arminden (talk | contribs)(Tried {{ill|de|Heil}} to indicate GERMAN WP article, but it seems I got it wrong, so now I tried smth. else. Technical help, somebody? Thanks! // Significant: both songs had same Haydn tune. They sung along, but used different lyrics-easier to hide.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 19:12 . . (+75). .Arminden (talk | contribs)("Heil" is not THE "German salute", as Nazis used to present it and the wording here until now let one believe, but a local greeting in parts of Austria etc. (see https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heil#Politische_Kampf-_und_Gru.C3.9Fformel))
  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 18:39 . . (-175). .Diannaa (talk | contribs)(restore Pincrete's wording; see talk page)
  • (diff | hist) . . Adolf Hitler‎; 10:29 . . (+175). .Arminden (talk | contribs)(Pincrete, Diannaa: "autobiographical manifesto"=the memoir serves as manifesto. But Mein Kampf is split in two! A+B. And if you can say it in a few words, it's better for THE USER not to need to go to separate link. We serve the user. Agreed?)

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