Basically, I did what you did. I did a literature search to see if there was any evidence that those bayonets were illegal, I could not find anything, and since the claim was then unverified, I removed it.
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Thanks for your comments on this.
I can’t say I’m enamoured with the layout at ON 67; the subject of the article is the convoy and the action as a whole, not the actions of the individual U-boats ( you can get that on uboatnet, which is externally linked, or the various U-boat article pages)
But I’m not sold out on “protagonists” as a section title either, and a number of the other convoy action pages (see HG 76 for example, or SC 42) have a “Background, Action, Conclusion” layout. So I’ve changed it to that. And having “Ships Involved” before “Action” makes sense, so I’ve moved that too, and fixed ONS 18/ON 202 and ONS 20/ON 206 the same way.
What do you think? Xyl 54 (talk) 10:50, 10 December 2011 (UTC)
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