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joy Wyzer17 16:23, 31 October 2011 (UTC)
Per meeting with Fritz and Heidi, Germany Jewish Research is broader than German Jewish Records. We are planning to make this uniform across all countries in preparation for the Jewish Conference in July.
This page was once Germany Jewish Records instead of German Jewish Records. Why was the change made to emphasize the language instead of the country?
It will be easier for missionaries and patrons to remember "country name" followed by "Jewish Research" than to have to switch paradigms from country to country. Of course old page names will have redirects.
Please provide any comments on a change like this as soon as you can. Thanks. Kurt Matthia 01:09, 20 February 2014 (UTC)
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