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Apart from copyediting and verification, should this page be called 'The German campaign in the Caucasus (WWII)' or some such? Squiddy 12:12, 19 November 2005 (UTC)
Well idea,but this page if related with ideal planning of suppose Kaukasus German province.if very important incluiding the German Campaing in area(i imagine why another author interest of developed with detail and dephth the German Caucasus campaing and respective Russian Soviet Offensive with all details.)
I could cattempt a correction of the language in this article up to a point. However, the standard of the English (as well as in the comment above) means that 'clean up' is difficult for anyone who does not possess intimate knowledge of the factual material. What was the original language of this 'English' version? Russian? Georgian? Turkish? To know that would be a starting point! 18.104.22.168 17:18, 12 April 2006 (UTC)
I have corrected spelling wherever possible. This would be a very interesting article if only it made more sense. Her Pegship 05:40, 29 November 2005 (UTC)
- Agreed. There are 4 articles about Reichskommissariats - see the Reichskommissariat category on the article itself. They appear to be machine translations of an unknown language (possibly German since most placenames take German form). I had a go at tidying but it was like swimming in treacle and I got diverted - see Reichskommissariat Ostland for the least bad example. Rather than just translating, I tried to find supporting sources so that I could draw out the sense of the text. Great fun! There seemed to be several phases: correct spellings and grammar, try to correct links, make text more "English", rearrange information under headings and delete repetitions, add info from other sources. I left "wrong links" as they were, since someone with specialised info may be able to resolve them. Folks at 137 14:39, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
Very good Page
Very good page. Greater Germany and caucasian folks against the bolshevismus. "Barbarossa" was a preventive war against stalinist-communist thread.--Awarenstuermer 19:46, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
about Sonderverband Bergmann
.Sonderverband Bergmann Battalion (Georgian volunteers) II.Sonderverband Bergmann Battalion (Azerbaijani volunteers)Good, bat where is Northern Caucasian Batalions? And author of symbol of Sonderverband Bergmann- the dagger was Northcaucasian (Avar) Halil Beg Mussayessul. No Georgians, no Aserbaidjans..,)))this Sonderverband was ON THE WHOLE NORTHERN CAUCASIAN: CHECHENS, AVARS, QARATCHAYS, ADYGES.--Awarenstuermer 20:02, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
Kalmyk Prince Tundutov
Prince Tundutov was killed in a Soviet prison camp in 1922. He was the last of the Tundutov line.
Moved from article lead-;`0
Advice: In order to facilitate fuller comprehension of the facts relating to German theoretical planning in the Caucasus and an analysis of the priorities implied, if necessary the present sequence of historical successes could be expanded with illustrative examples. Other authors might develop in greater depth a narrative of the German Caucasian Campaign and Soviet Caucasian Counter-offensive operations in 1942-43. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 03:55, 1 November 2007 (UTC)
Realm's Commissionerate of Caucasus?
Isn't the translation of Reichskommissariat Kaukasus into English as Realm's Commissionerate of Caucasus?