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This article, along with its original source, lists an attack on "November 31". There is no such date. Does anyone know the actual date that this attack occurred? -Branddobbe 08:15, 8 January 2007 (UTC)
I have changed the date to the 30th of November. I believe that this is the intended date simply because most of the information taken from the DANFS has to be transcribed, and perhaps in a ship's log somewhere it reads something to the effect of "last day of November", and hence someone along the line simply forgot that November only has 30 days. Thanks for catching this error. -- malo(tlk)(cntrbtns) 12:22, 8 January 2007 (UTC)