Template talk:Yugoslav Front
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Bombing qualifies as a military operation, but is bombing a battle? Have a look at all the other articles listed, and at other campaignboxes for large campaigns or fronts. Small aerial operations such as the bombing of Zadar, Podgorica or Belgrade (much larger!) are not significant enough to warrant inclusion. (just an example: ) --DIREKTOR (TALK) 17:11, 26 July 2008 (UTC)
- Nothing about this template suggests it should only include conventional ground battles and should exclude strategic bombing.
- As the Bombing of Podgorica article stands now (admittedly having only been editted by me), the city was almost totally levelled and casualties number in the thousands. How is that not significant? The bombing of Zadar would also be applicable to this template due to the large amount of historically and culturally significant buildings lost during the course of bombing. However, it was obviously not part of Yugoslavia.--Thewanderer (talk) 19:02, 26 July 2008 (UTC)
You're missing the point. I'm not saying that this is not a military operation, nor that it didn't occur in Yugoslavia. My point is that this is a strategic bombing operation, and those are not usually included (i.e. by editor consensus) in campaignboxes of this type. Have a look at WW2 campaignboxes. I already listed an example, wherever you look you will find more. Here's a few more: Bombing of Rotterdam, Bombing of Warsaw, etc... --DIREKTOR (TALK) 19:25, 26 July 2008 (UTC)
User:DIREKTOR canceled my edits without explanation. Why? Why do I not allowed to put this in the template:
- Operation Halyard as one of the Other operations
- Kingdom of Yugoslavia as one of the Allied participants (look at this: Invasion of Yugoslavia)
- Yes, obviously those edits of yours were correct, and their exclusion is really hard to understand. FkpCascais (talk) 07:10, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
Inclusion of 'X Enemy Offensives'
Inclusion of Germans Weichs and Lohr
It seems to me that both von Weichs and Lohr had little, if any, direct involvement in the Yugoslav Front, and that they should be removed Army and Corps commanders like Bader, Rendulic, Sauberzweig inserted instead. Peacemaker67 (talk) 10:14, 28 June 2012 (UTC)