User talk:John Tatebury
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Heraldry June 10
I have again removed the Redlink that you added on June 10th concerning Heraldry Day. Redlinks are not permitted on Day in History pages. In addition I removed the 1128 First Reference too...the article that it linked to did not mention June 10th or even the year of 1128. I would not object to including these items if one World Heraldry Day had an actual article associated with it and two the information on this day in matches the article. VVikingTalkEdits 00:23, 29 May 2013 (UTC)
Gustav Adolf Day is what it is
Hello! With all due respect. I must tell you that you were wrong there. There is no such thing as Gustavus Adolphus Day - not in any language, and no matter what a couple of uninitiated users agree about on English WP - as I now have explained more in detail on the talk page there. --SergeWoodzing (talk) 22:39, 21 February 2014 (UTC)
Blocked as a sockpuppet
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