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Parker Manufacturing Company[edit]

I have just removed the unnecessary blank links that you inserted between the paragraphs in this article. Per WP:LAYOUT only one blank line is required between paragraphs and between sections. I also removed the redirect (left over from the page move) from your user page to the article - user pages should not redirect to mainspace. Hope this helps. – ukexpat (talk) 14:56, 31 December 2010 (UTC)

March 2011[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Charlene Parker[edit]

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Camp Grohn[edit]

Hi, I left this comment on the article's talk page:

The article states Camp Grohn was built by U.S. forces, but the Jacobs University site mentions the first construction was in 1936 and was part of what the Germans called Flak-Kaserne. Photos of the original Flak-Kaserne and Camp Grohn look very similar. I think the German casern was taken over for use as a D.P. camp and then for use of U.S. forces until the late 1950's when it was turned over to the West German Army and called Roland Kaserne. The West German Army used this facility as a logistics training facility before it was finally inactivated and became the current university.

Looks like you wrote this article; do you have any information that could answer my question? Thanks, W. B. Wilson (talk) 10:54, 16 March 2013 (UTC)

Follow up. Found more information, including photographs of Grohn before WWII. Edited the article a bit. W. B. Wilson (talk) 15:00, 17 March 2013 (UTC)

Better source request for File:Camp Grohn.JPG[edit]

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United States aircraft production during World War II (check to confirm | fix with Dab solver)
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Thanks[edit]

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Hi, Thanks for jumping into the Military Production in World War 2 page. I've been updating this for about a month. There were a lot of gaps. There still are. There is little if any reference to original sources, and a lot of missing detail. Are you planning to make a habit of contributing? Can we coordinate the effort?

cheers Robert Brukner (talk) 01:49, 1 July 2014 (UTC)

Your help requested[edit]

Thank you for your suggestions on Military production during World War II. Bender235deleted over 3 months and 300 hours of my work, 40,000 characters of edits, and hundreds of constructive additions to the page. I am in the midst of uploading an enormous amount of PRIMARY SOURCE DATA and he deleted everything done so far as "wikipedia can not be a source for itself". I am enraged. There was not one comment, warning, question, request, or suggestion from this "editor". Can you please help me reverse all the deletions and keep this guy off the page. There are ongoing constructive edits from several other individuals watching this site. Please help resolve this. --Brukner (talk) 18:49, 18 July 2014 (UTC)

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