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Hi, thanx for contributing. I've noticed that you updated the National Socialist Party page, with an update to reflect its powers from the 20's into the 40's. I've set that edit back to its previous version since the Nazi's were not in "power" until 1933 and the official swastika flag was not instituted until 1935. --OvBacon 00:55, January 15, 2011 (UTC)
Well I am a historian, and I have read that the Nazis were still feared by Jews, since they have been genocidal since they formed. But what the hell, you can keep it that way. AnyGuy 02:01, January 15, 2011 (UTC)
I moved your comment here as to keep a conversation in one place instead of posting back and forth. I was not doubting your knowledge on any subject, so your explaining your profession doesn't increase or decrease the intention by which I changed it back. Since it stated that the image of the swastika a feared symbol of power... the right time frame is the mid 30 into the mid 40's.. So I only changed your edit back to make it more accurate... please feel free to add to how and what to the Nazi party if you would want to... I was not trying to question your knowledge or be mean to you in any way. --OvBacon 02:18, January 15, 2011 (UTC)
Please review the canon policy. Anything not directly from an episode or the staff is non-canon, even if it is true in reality. We are not wikipedia, and we don't need to do their job. - Archduk3 06:04, July 14, 2011 (UTC)
That image of Data can't be used until it has a image licensing template and a proper citation. Also, images should never be place in the middle of text. They should only be just before or after a paragraph on a separate line, since placing an image in the middle of text will introduce errors. - Archduk3 07:37, July 14, 2011 (UTC)