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Spy Basket - Paul Jaray[edit]

From where do you know it was Paul Jaray? [1],[2] I had nothing found about Juray or Jaray and antenna. And Lehmann wrote nothing about Jaray. It seems logical, because Jaray was for aerodynamic. But for Luftschiffbau (airship) he worked from 1915. (He had coud work as an externist from the airoplane company) Lehman tested his Butter churn und the Spy basket between 1914-12-14 (finish of LZ26 / ZXII) and 1915-01-19 (L24 / L3 & LZ27 / L4 bombing as the first the England coast. Lehman had waited to be the first, but had troubles with the ship to this time.) --Franz (Fg68at) de:Talk 16:34, 5 January 2012 (UTC)

Hallo, I did not write the original article but saw the reference to Jaray (or Juray) and linked it to him. I assumed it had to be him. A list of his patents is here, but I don't see any reference to antenna gondolas. Drutt (talk) 20:46, 5 January 2012 (UTC)

Manchester Evening News/Manchester Evening Chronicle[edit]

Hi. As you seem to have created the redirect from Manchester Evening Chronicle to Manchester Evening News, I thought you might like to see an issue raised at Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Miscellaneous#Regional_Newspapers. Do we have any particular reason for the redirect, or was the Chronicle another newspaper entirely? If it was, the redirect seems misleading, and if there is a reason for the redirect, we should probably add something to the MEN article to explain why. AndyTheGrump (talk) 03:12, 7 February 2012 (UTC)

Never mind - the redirect seems to have been explained, in that the MEN took over the Chronicle in the 1960s. AndyTheGrump (talk) 03:19, 7 February 2012 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of List of Japan Societies[edit]

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