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I removed an extraordinary claim that Toledo was at least present at and possibly caused the sinking of Kursk. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof, yet the anonymous author of that claim did not provide any references whatsoever to support his statements. I will continue to remove such claims unless supported by reputable documentation. ➥the Epopt 13:43, 24 September 2005 (UTC)
The claim was made in the televison documentary "Kursk: A submarine in Troubled Waters" by french director Jean-Michel Carré. See this linkthis, rather for a synopsis of the documentary. --ZorroIII 22:07, 31 October 2005 (UTC)
Wow. I'm removing the last statement in this article, as it is quite pov, and unreferenced. Actually there arent any references in this article. The only reference is another wiki article. Link to references, not wikipedia articles about the reference. I'm surprised nobody has noticed this. --Festus Mcracken 06