Talk:Operation München

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@Brown Water Admiral: Currently the bulk of the text after the lead is attributed to a single inline citation (Jipa Rotaru, Ioan Damaschin, Glorie și dramă: Marina Regală Română, 1940-1945, 2000), despite the text you transferred here from Raid on Constanța having several more sources. Does that inline citation support everything you added? Also, why exclude some of the details that were sourced from some of the sources you didn't include?

(The text you added to Munchen and the text you removed from Constanta)

And a separate note, perhaps it would be worth adding a summary of the engagements to Black Sea campaigns (1941–44). Alcherin (talk) 15:34, 13 October 2017 (UTC)

Alcherin Greetings. I sourced it all to that book because it may just be way easier to see it all from a single source, not to mention the extra details it gives. But I do see your point. Very well, I added two English sources: the first confirms the damaging of the two Soviet monitors by the Tulcea Group, as well as the fate of the Romanian 15th Marine Battalion, while the other confirms the sinking of the 7 armored motor gunboats. I may do more in the future, but for now, these will do. Brown Water Admiral (talk) 21:05, 13 October 2017 (UTC)