I removed the section about Wenceslas being posthomously named king; the reference that is used to support this claim in the Wikipedia article does not, in fact, do so. The claim is not repeated anywhere else that I can see. 188.8.131.52 21:16, 21 January 2014 (UTC)
I have removed the trivia section arguing that Wenceslas might not have been such a great guy after all. There is no proof offered, and the comment is really only speculation, and not actual trivia. If whoever added this section can offer some concrete evidence, then maybe it would be merited. Orazor (talk) 07:50, 1 August 2014 (UTC)
Caroling comics title - three references in it?
1) Christmas carols 2) deliberate miss-spelilng of the verb carolling (singing carols) 3) Reference to the Carolingian dynasty of East Frankish/HRE/... rulers (of Charlemagne fame), Duchy of Bohemia was their tributary for a while under Wenceslaus's father (and partly under him as well I think?). 184.108.40.206 20:16, 17 October 2020 (UTC)
- Both spellings are acceptable; "caroling" is correct in American English. L-Space Traveler (talk) 02:34, 17 November 2022 (UTC)
Could this be a reference to Wenceslaus IV?
Just occurred to me that Black Hat may be taking a jab at the "idle" rule of King Wenceslaus the 4th - with his death followed by the Hussite Wars, which his questionable rule contributed to.
While it's a far stretch to say he personally massacred Black Hat's "people" - I'd say its within the realms of Black Hat's twisted Machiavellian ways to imply he had an indirect hand in it and bounce that off carollers for fun (while keeping the nuances to himself).
Sketchy, of course... but what part of Black Hat isn't?