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Create or request an articleEdit
You are encouraged to create an article about a significant event or person associated with World War II. Note however that not all articles will make it into the final published version, though they will all be available on this live online version. If you would like someone else to write a page about a topic related to World War II, add your suggestion to the Article Stubs list. When creating stub articles please use the templates.