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Dinkelsbühl: World War damage[edit]

"The World Wars

Remarkably, Dinkelsbühl remained totally unscathed, except for a broken window in St. George's Minster."

Hi Jonahman10,

What is the source of information about the broken window? I was born in Dinkelsbühl and I have never heard of that before. Thanks, Martin. 77.4.235.69 (talk) 20:24, 5 January 2013 (UTC)


Interesting, I heard this first when I was visiting the town several years ago. I have found several sources for this statement, though it does not to be as commonly stated as other features of the church. It is possible it is something that the tourguides just like to tell tourists. However, I can't seem to find a link from a source of Wikipedia's quality standards stating this. In one of the links following it shows the section that was supposedly damaged by the Cannonball. It does like it could be due to other sources such as deterioration due to time. I will post the "[citation needed]" tag there to see if anybody can find more reliable sources. If you believe this is utterly false please remove the entire statement from the page. Thank you very much for seeing this. http://www.flickr.com/photos/moorepix4u2c/8078534551/ http://gibphotos.smugmug.com/Travel/Bavaria-Austria-2005/Dinkelsbuhl/799972_DdS6j/6/35591794_9oYQk#!i=35591794&k=2kxBCTz Jonahman10 (talk) 22:38, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

Hello Jonahman10, thank you for your answer. As you wrote a tourguide is not a reliable source of information to be used for WP. Would be good if you found more about this. Unfortunately I am not living in this beautiful town any more, so it is not easy for me to find more information. But I will keep eyes and ears open. By the way: Your picture on flickr shows the interior of St. George's Minster (catholic), the total view shows St. Paul's chuch (protestant). Hope we stay in touch. 93.133.185.215 (talk) 10:00, 6 January 2013 (UTC)

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Carl Nielsen[edit]

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