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The result was: promoted by Carabinieri (talk) 20:29, 23 February 2013 (UTC).
Sir Robert Clark
- ... that Sir Robert Clark's teddy bear is thought to have been the only one to have parachuted behind enemy lines and then survive as a prisoner of war?
Moved to mainspace by Dumelow (talk). Self nominated at 09:38, 17 February 2013 (UTC).
- Article - moved from user space on 17 February, so new enough; 14932 characters of readable prose, so definitely long enough; neutral; at least one inline citation to every paragraph; no copy vios detected using earwig and a quick run on duplication detector; I've assessed as start class (I would have marked as at least C but it won't let me!); and I don't see any BLP issues - yes, I know he has died but I check anyway. Any parts that might be considered slightly controversial by some are quotes, which I've checked against the refs.
- Hook - going for the original as I like teddy bears - it is well within length criteria at 148 characters; correctly formatted; correctly cited/supported by ref #1 at the end of the Navy career section; and drew my attention! I've struck the two ALTs.
- QPQ done; no image used for DYK but those in the article appear to be PD.
- It doesn't affect this DYK, but should WP:Persondata unseen text be added?
Fascinating article, what an interesting biography. SagaciousPhil
18:07, 23 February 2013 (UTC)