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Louis XIV of France[edit]

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Strasbourg[edit]

Kindly stop removing "(German: Strassburg)" from Louis XIV. The city's name is derived from German (Strasse = road/street, Burg = fort/castle), and the French spelling is a later adaptation of the German name.

It may interest you to know that according to the British historian Geoffrey Barraclough, "the unprovoked French occupation of Strassburg in 1681 aroused — for almost the last time in the history of the old empire — a wave of resentment and [German] national feeling." (Barraclough, Geoffrey: The Origins of Modern Germany, Capricorn Books edition, 1963, p. 386.) Please note that Barraclough refers to the city, c. 1681, by its German name.

Thank you. Sca (talk) 16:28, 20 February 2013 (UTC)

Please move this discussion to Talk:Louis XIV of France so other editors may participate. Thank you. De728631 (talk) 16:34, 20 February 2013 (UTC)
Done. Sca (talk) 16:41, 20 February 2013 (UTC)

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Hey Blaue Max; I'm dropping you this note because you've used the article feedback tool in the last month or so. On Thursday and Friday the tool will be down for a major deployment; it should be up by Saturday, failing anything going wrong, and by Monday if something does :). Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 22:07, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

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Quenelle (gesture)[edit]

Quenelle (gesture)

Hi Blaue Max,

Thanks for filling in some of the [citation needed] tags in the Origin section with new references. I noticed that some of your new references are broken so I've started to fix them:

Hence, the phrase "mettre une quenelle" ("to give someone the ''quenelle'' "), with a gesture simulating fisting practice,<ref name=Lorrain/> is similar to the English "up yours".<ref>[[Le Figaro]] [http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2013/12/30/01016-20131230ARTFIG00404-d-o-vient-la-quenelle-de-dieudonne.php]{{citation needed|date=January 2014}}</ref>

First: the reference is malformed: please see WP:REF as citations on en WP are not the same as in fr. I think your intention was probably to do this: <ref>[http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2013/12/30/01016-20131230ARTFIG00404-d-o-vient-la-quenelle-de-dieudonne.php D'où vient la «quenelle» de Dieudonné]</ref> but this is actually a "bare bones" kind of reference, and using templates such as Template:Citation makes it easier, as you just fill in the parameters, and end up with a better reference.

The Figaro link is a good one, but the source does not actually say anything about it being similar to the English "up yours", so I've removed it for now, and replaced the [citation needed] template for that comment.

However, it's a great link, and would go perfectly as a reference on the 2005 origin in the 1905 sketch. In addition, the relevant quote can be moved inside the reference, so as not to encumber the main article with too much trivia.

Here it is again, expanded with the rest of the parameters. Most of the parameters are optional, but they help. For example, if you wanted to write in the WP article that the quenelle originated in 2005 with his '1905' sketch, you could then footnote it thus, adding the quote from the article which justifies this:

Dieudonné first used the quenelle gesture in his 2005 show named "1905"<ref name="Quenelle-origin-figaro"> {{Citation | url = http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/2013/12/30/01016-20131230ARTFIG00404-d-o-vient-la-quenelle-de-dieudonne.php | title = D'où vient la «quenelle» de Dieudonné (Where Dieudonné's "quenelle" comes from) | accessdate = January 10, 2014 | publisher = [[Le Figaro]] | year = 2014 | author = Julien Licourt | archiveurl = http://archive.is/H2Rro | archivedate = 12 Jan 2014<!-- 06:49:04 UTC--> | quote = "We can find one of the first public performances of the 'quenelle' in a show about [[French secularism]] in 2005. 'When a dolphin sees a man now, he laughs in our face. Of course. Because he knows he's about to stick his fin right up to here in us...' And at the moment, Dieudonné performs the sign of the quenelle." }} </ref>

giving:

Dieudonné first used the quenelle gesture in his 2005 show named "1905"[1]

I can see from your wording and some faux amis in word choice that you're French. If you need help drafting smooth English text, feel free to tap on my shoulder. I also occasionally edit the French WP, and make exactly the same kind of error, and could use your help sometime. Mathglot (talk) 07:32, 12 January 2014 (UTC)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Julien Licourt (2014), D'où vient la «quenelle» de Dieudonné (Where Dieudonné's "quenelle" comes from), Le Figaro, archived from the original on 12 Jan 2014, retrieved January 10, 2014, "We can find one of the first public performances of the 'quenelle' in a show about French secularism in 2005. 'When a dolphin sees a man now, he laughs in our face. Of course. Because he knows he's about to stick his fin right up to here in us...' And at that moment, Dieudonné performs the sign of the quenelle." 

Quenelle[edit]

Hello, according to the upper you are french, so:

Vous avez enlevé le terme de sodomie de l'article. Vu ce qui est écrit sur internet, et par exemple sur FranceInfo, il me semble pertinent d'indiquer initialement, ce geste avait une connotation sodomite.

http://www.franceinfo.fr/societe/geste-de-la-quenelle-le-hacker-du-site-de-dieudonne-parle-1256367-2013-12-20 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 79.80.141.224 (talk) 10:45, 12 January 2014 (UTC)

Napolean as 1st Consul of France[edit]

Hi Blaue Max,

Regarding your last edit, omitting the period when Napoleon was First Consul of France: I am not French, and please forgive me if I was mistaken, but was not Napoleon the leader of France during the period when he was the First Consul?

Scott P. (talk) 03:45, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

Thank you[edit]

Thank you for you assertion on the Strasbourg article about the French entry. They are many strange people that are willing to manipulate history and are inventing wrong facts, like that alsace was reintegrated by force by France, and committed massacres. And that the rue du 22 novembre was a commemoration of the killing even thought it is a celebration of the arrival of the French in Strasbourg. Some article are politically oriented, and Wikipedia is not a place for that.

--Gabriel Haute Maurienne (talk) 12:04, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

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Your lame erasing[edit]

Please frenchy keep away from Brittany. Looking at your blog you're full of like you say « ideological Bagage ». I will reformulate what you erased. You cannot erase History. Kerz da gac'hat c'hallaoued, Breiz da Viken. Kiporzh (talk) 14:48, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

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