Talk:29th Division (United Kingdom)

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Infobox conversion[edit]

Converted infobox to new Infobox Military Unit as part of Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history. —ERcheck @ 01:23, 28 April 2006 (UTC)


I have completed the B class checklist and believe that this article is a Start class article as it fails to meet B class criteria 1 and 2. I believe that the article could be improved by addressing the following issues:

  • Referencing: the addition of inline citations would help improve the verifiability of the information in the article. For a successful B class review the article requires at least one in line citation per paragraph or block of information (more if multiple sources were used);
  • Coverage: there are large sections in complete which need to be finished before it can be assessed properly. Additionally, the article does not seem to indicate when the Division was disbanded, or what its fate was after WWI. Was it disbanded, if so was it ever re-raised?

Just a few ideas. If you would like more comprehensive comments regarding the article you might like to submit it for peer review by going to WP:MHPR, but I suggest waiting until the article has been completed before doing this. Also once you feel it requires re-assessment, please add it to the list at WP:MHA. Hope this helps. AustralianRupert (talk) 06:36, 20 April 2009 (UTC)

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