Talk:Fourth cholera pandemic (1863–75)

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Recommend adding dates to titles[edit]

To make it easier for readers, I recommend moving/renaming these articles to have titles including dates, for instance, <Second cholera epidemic (1829-1849)>. Then readers can know which article to go to, based on the period they are researching. This way, they have to open each article to find the period. Parkwells (talk) 19:14, 16 March 2012 (UTC)