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I see we have similar viewpoints (from talk:Silesian Uprisings), we could use your vote on Talk:Erika_Steinbach#Oppose as Polish nationalist POV pushers are trying to force their version of history down our throats.
--Jadger 19:05, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for the proofreading help on the Nazism page!
Please use the sandbox when editing, it cuts down on clutter in the history of a page, thanks. John Doe or Jane Doe 10:23, 20 October 2006 (UTC)
I am sorry to bother you, but I really need some help. There is an ongoing campaign by a few editors to portray Fascism and Nazism as representative forms of socialism. As part of this effort (a debate that stretches back to 2004), there are a tiny handful of editors who revert and redirect National Socialism to Nazism. I believe a majority of editors support redirecting National Socialism to National Socialism (disambiguation). I realize we just had a poll on the Nazism page where I thought this issue was settled, but apparently the struggle is not over. Please consider voting in the new poll, or adding a comment at: Talk:Nazism#Survey:_redirecting_National_Socialism. Also consider notifying other editors with an interest in this matter. I am doing the best I can, but need assistance. Thanks.--Cberlet 19:45, 20 March 2007 (UTC)
Hi again. Thanks for voting. Your vote is currently a bit confusing. You voted in favor of the National Socialism page redirecting to Nazism. If that is what you meant to do, that's fine. We really are trying to find out what all the editors who voted in the last poll really think about this. However, your vote line says "per cberlet" which is the confusing part, since I am voting in favor of the National Socialism page redirecting to National Socialism (disambiguation). If you want to leave your vote the way it is, may I suggest deleting the "per cberlet" line. Sorry to bother you.--Cberlet 12:46, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
I think the article is correct; perhaps some wording might merit change for neutrality but yes, he was first acquitted by a lower court than found guilty again by a higher instance.--01:40, 22 January 2008 (UTC)
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