Talk:MS Stockholm (1941)

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What is with the numbering in this article?[edit]

Four ships are described. But the third one is said to be "the second Stockholm," and then it is further described as "markedly similar to the second Stockholm." ??? I can think of a couple of ways of clarifying things based on just the information in the article, but I prefer to wait for comments on here before doing anything, since there may be conventions I'm not aware of. Thanks. --Tkynerd 14:53, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

Another point about the SS Stockholm (II) is that the article says she was "launched," but that she burned while under construction. If her construction was never finished, she could never have been launched. Does "launched" refer to when her keel was laid, and if so, does that apply to the other ships as well? --Tkynerd 01:36, 6 October 2006 (UTC)
"Launching" refers to the launching of a ship from drydock into water, which usually occurs in midst of the building process, when the hull has been completed but before outfitting begins. It does not refer to the ship being completed and entering service. -- Kjet (talk · contribs) 15:48, 20 February 2008 (UTC)


I don't think this article is a stub, so I have removed the stub templates from it. I particularly do not wish to see the TV-related stub templates restored, as this is not a TV-related article in any meaningful sense. --Tkynerd 14:13, 22 March 2007 (UTC)

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