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277 edits on article: Rassenschande

  • The 1st edition of the actual version: 14:09:17 3/8/2005 - The latest: 15:37:32 15/7/2019 (UTC)
  • Maintained 5,095 days
  • One edit par 18.4 days (441.4 hours) on average.
  • Number of editors: 126
  • Anonymous user edited 79 times
  • Edit count of the top 10% frequent users: 127

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