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Regarding "de Hallenburg" in the title to this entry, please see my remarks in Discussion under "Engagement of Poland with the sea." Logologist 23:40, 12 Nov 2004 (UTC)
In short, Logologist suggested that we shortened the name of the general to just Józef Haller. To me it seems a waste of time, but I won't oppose. On the other hand, why exactly should we change his full name to a shortened version? As long as the redirect is in place, it's ok to me... Halibutt 07:36, July 19, 2005 (UTC)