Double redirects

This page lists pages that redirect to other redirect pages. Each row contains links to the first and second redirect, as well as the target of the second redirect, which is usually the "real" target page to which the first redirect should point. Crossed out entries have been solved.

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  1. Xerography (edit) →‎ Inventor of Xerography: Chester F. Carlson →‎ Chester F. Carlson
  2. Milestones:Proposing a Milestone (edit) →‎ Milestones:Milestone Guidelines and How to Propose a Milestone →‎ Milestones:List of IEEE Milestones
  3. Milestone-Proposal:Creating the Foundation of the Data Storage Flash Memory Industry (edit) →‎ Milestone-Proposal:Invention of the First Practical Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1977 →‎ Milestone-Proposal:The Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1978
  4. Milestone-Proposal:Cruft HighTension Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science (edit) →‎ Milestone-Proposal:Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science. 1915 to 1947 →‎ Milestone-Proposal:Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science, 1915 to 1947
  5. Milestone-Proposal talk:Cruft HighTension Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science (edit) →‎ Milestone-Proposal talk:Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science. 1915 to 1947 →‎ Milestone-Proposal talk:Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science, 1915 to 1947
  6. Milestone-Nomination:Creating the Foundation of the Data Storage Flash Memory Industry (edit) →‎ Milestone-Nomination:Invention of the First Practical Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1977 →‎ Milestone-Nomination:The Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1978

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