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Seems the two holidays (General Pulaski Memorial Day & Casimir Pulaski Day) should be merged into a single article. Both articles essentially have the same content. Javadane 23:37, 16 June 2006 (UTC)
I disagree! I only knew about the memorial day not even the first name! Then armed with this basic information I could cross reference if I liked. I do not beleive that only holds true for me but others as well. So I must respectfully disagree the articles should not be merged. cl-miladyknight
OK, so why not merge them and add a redirect? They still both refer to exactly the same thing, even if you know it by a different name, no? Kolbe 20:16, 9 October 2006 (UTC)
I am removing the merge tags because these are seperate holidays. General Pulaski Memorial Day is held every October 11, while Casimir Pulaski Day is observed on the first Monday of every March. Zzyzx11(Talk) 00:55, 11 October 2006 (UTC)