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Military history of Puerto Rico[edit]

Even though the Battle of Zaragosa was a French victory, General Antonio Valero de Bernabe was considered a heroe and was condecorated by the Spanish Crown for his actions in said battle. Therefore, please do not delete anything from this article. Thank you, Tony the Marine 10:15, 23 April 2006 (UTC)


However, according to http://www.paris.org/Kiosque/aug02/history.aug.html the French armies were defeated by the Austrians in the Battle of Saragossa on August 20, 1710.


Battle of Saragossa[edit]

I am puzzled what battle this might be. It can't be the battle you refer at, because it was fought 100 years earlier. I will let you know if i find something.

Battle of Beachy head edit[edit]

Hello Filiep: You added this - "The ‘white’ squadron was commanded by Victor-Marie d'Estrées" to this paragraph:

"The French Admiral divided his force into the customary three squadrons – white and blue, white, and blue pennants respectively. Tourville, aboard the Soleil Royal, commanded the centre, or ‘white’, squadron.[16] The ‘blue’ squadron in the French van was commanded by Château-Renault. The ‘white’ squadron was commanded by Victor-Marie d'Estrées."

The addition of this last sentence contradicts the second sentence ie:Tourville commanded the White squadron. Did you mean d'Estees commanded the 'white and blue' squadron, or have I got it wrong? Cheers. Raymond Palmer 18:55, 24 December 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the comment. I was very pleased with the links - I looked myself to find Chateau-Renault and Everstsen but couldn't find anything.
The third Allied commander I discover from 1911 Brittanica was Ralph Delaval. This seems to verify the fact (although I don't speak dutch):
'Beide vloten waren verdeeld in drie eskaders. In de Brits/Nederlandse vloot commandeerde luitenant-admiraal Cornelis Evertsen (1642-1706) op de Prinses Maria (92 stukken) de voorhoede, Torrington (Sovereign - 100 stukken) de hoofdmacht en vice-admiraal Ralph Delaval (St. Andrew - 100 stukken) de achterhoede. Aan Franse zijde leidde luitenant-generaal Francois-Louis Rouselet de Chateau-Renault (1637-1716) op de Dauphain Royal van 100 stukken de voorhoede, Tourville op Le Soleil Royal (100 stukken) het centrum en vice-admiraal Victor Marie D’Estrees (1660-1737) de achterhoede.'[1]
There's no article for him (at least I couldn't find one).
Keep up the good work. Raymond. Raymond Palmer 18:07, 26 December 2006 (UTC)
Thanks Filiep to replying to my not so subtle hint about Ralph Delaval. If we can't find enough info to write a stub for him, well nevermind. He shall stay a red-link. Thanks for your help. If you you need any help in the future don't hesitate to ask - I have quite alot of books on the period. Are you Dutch? Your English is excellent. Raymond Palmer 15:56, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
Filiep, someones written a Ralph Delaval article :) Raymond Palmer 18:04, 24 March 2007 (UTC)
It looks like Sir Ralph Delaval, 2nd Baronet is not our Admiral Ralph Delaval. There's a reply from another user at the bottom of my talk page who seems to know about these things. It's all very confusing at times ;) Cheers for now. Raymond

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Hello! We are a group of editors working to improve the quality of France related articles. You look like someone who might be interested in joining us in the France WikiProject and so I thought I'd drop you a line and invite you! We'd love to have you in our project :-) STTW (talk) 18:31, 16 January 2007 (UTC)

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It doesn't seem like a lot, so I hope we will still have enough problems for nexts months issue. Salut till the next issue, ChrisDHDR (17:15, 10 November 2007 (UTC)).

Page creations[edit]

Hi Filiep;

When creating pages on titled royals, such as Princess Maria Teresa of Savoy (just moved from Maria Teresa of Savoy), please observe WP:NC(NT). For kings and emperors, their articles are titled Name (Ordinal) of Place. Their consorts are titled Name of Place. Grand dukes, dukes and lower are titled Name (Ordinal), Title of Place. Their consorts are titled Title Name of Place. All other royals are titled Title Name of Place and holders of substantive titles are titled Title, Name of Place. There are a few exceptions and most of those are covered at WP:NC(NT). Happy editing. Charles 21:47, 2 December 2007 (UTC)

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It's been one high aiming month! The French WikiProject and related pages have been aiming high for Christmas - and have received an equal number of presents in return!

Well, that's this issue. Au revoir et à bientôt till the next time, ChrisDHDR (18:58, 9 December 2007 (UTC)).

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duplicated von Mansfeld biography?[edit]

do you know if Peter Ernst, Graf von Mansfeld the elder refers to Peter Ernst I von Mansfeld-Vorderort(an article you created)? i didn't find any usage of the phrase, "the elder", online, so am not sure whether to redirect. best, Doldrums (talk) 13:10, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

thanks! i've redirected accordingly. Doldrums (talk) 08:42, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

Count and Laval Nugent[edit]

Are the Count Nugent and Laval Nugent the same person? Basketballoneten 20:02, 27 January 2008 (UTC)

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Name change[edit]

Hi Filiep. I was just about to suggest a name change to the article Action of August 1702 to the Battle of Santa Marta when I realise that you had redirected the article from that name. Was there any particular reason for this? Would you object if I were to change it back to Santa Marta. I know the name is not that common, but I have seen it called the Battle of Santa Marta in a few sources. Thanks Rebel Redcoat (talk) 22:59, 9 July 2008 (UTC)

Doesn't matter. I can't find enough credible sources to justify a name change. Best. Rebel Redcoat (talk) 16:53, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

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Havenwerken[edit]

Hi Filiep,

I saw your name in the history section of an article and I wonder if you can help me to find out anything about a construction company from Netherlands named Koninklijke Nederlandsche Maatschappij Voor Havenwerken. I live in the city of Mersin, South Turkey. The harbour of Mersin had been constructed by this company back in 1950s. It was an important company then and now I am searching to find out what happened to the company. I couldn’t gather anything from internet sources. But I have a very vague idea that the compant might have been sold to another company in Spain. Thanks Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 13:25, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

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Loon and Limburg[edit]

Hello! I saw your edit to County of Loon and then noticed your editing pattern is one that suggests you would be interested to see that I have recently expanded the historical section of Limburg (Belgium). You might be able to add a bit more. One thing I was trying to work out is exactly how Wikipedia should explain whether there is any part of the Duchy of Limburg still in the Province of Belgian Limburg. I think I am right that Dalhem sometimes counted as part of the Duchy, and that this means Voeren comes into this category? I saw somewhere else on Wikipedia (I am not sure if it was Dutch or English) that Rekem in Lanakan was also in the Duchy but I can not confirm this. It seems to have been directly under the emperor, not via the his title of Duke?--Andrew Lancaster (talk) 13:12, 27 August 2011 (UTC)

Battle of Arques (1303)[edit]

Hey Filiep, Just wanted to let you know that I saw that you created the new article Battle of Arques (1303)--The content seems pretty substantial.It would be great if you could also add references to the related article Day of the Flemish Community.

I'm kind of new here myself but let me know if there is any way I can help. Thanks, Amy Z (talk) 20:03, 6 October 2011 (UTC)

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Hi Filiep: thanks for your work. Please note that on en.WP, years, dates, and common terms are not usually linked. Best. Tony (talk) 11:59, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

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Merci (Thanks) for the edit but do you have a published source for the casualty figure you have added; we aren't allowed to use Wikipedia as a source. |Regards Keith-264 (talk) 10:37, 10 May 2014 (UTC)

Hi Keith. I understand your point. I searched on internet but I only found [2]. For the rest you find all kind of figures, even 25.000 German casualties in 1914 British newspapers ! Both sides lied about the casualty figures for political reasons, also the Germans. I just can't believe a quarter of the WWI Belgian casualties fell during these few days. Furthermore, no large military cemeteries are to be found in the Liege area. Something you would expect with some many soldiers killed. It must be an exaggeration, but I can't prove it (yet). Regards Filiep (talk) 13:22, 10 May 2014 (UTC)

Habeas corpus indeed. I used your web source as a reference and integrated it with the others but edited the commentary to avoid a possible NPOV objection. I hope that's ok but if not we can discuss it. Several editors have added to the Belgian Great War articles this year, so I'm sure you're welcome to join in, scrutinise them and suggest improvements. User talk:Brigade Piron is worth contacting if you want to do more. RegardsKeith-264 (talk) 15:49, 10 May 2014 (UTC)

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5th Army (Russia)[edit]

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