Talk:Laconia incident

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Time in prison[edit]

Dönitz did serve that long in prisson. The 10 years and 20 days part is from his book. Quoting from the article on him: " His memoirs, Zehn Jahre, Zwanzig Tage ("Ten Years and Twenty Days"), appeared in Germany in 1958 and became available in an English translation the following year. This book recounted Dönitz's experiences as U-boat commander (ten years) and President of Germany (20 days)" He was imprissoned from May 1945 to October 1956.

NPOV Dispute[edit]

Someone added the POV dispute tag to this page, but neglected to comply with the linked policy, which states

"If you add the above code to an article which seems to you to be biased, but there is no prior discussion of the bias, you need to at least leave a note on the article's talk page describing what you consider unacceptable about the article."

If a description of what is considered acceptable is not added by 1 February 2005, I will remove the tag. ➥the Epopt 14:13, 28 Jan 2005 (UTC)

No description of what whoever-it-was considers unacceptable — no {{Long NPOV}} tag. ➥the Epopt 03:57, 5 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Friendly fire?[edit]

Is friendly fire the correct term, when the USAAF knew that this was an allied or neutral vessel?Royalcourtier (talk) 00:25, 31 May 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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