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American History (5,055 total, 543 remaining)[edit]

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Slavery in the United states[edit]

The American Slave System
  1. Slave ownership [1]
  2. Rice plantations [2]
  3. Slave branding [3]
American Slave Life
  1. Food and clothes (slavery) [4]
  2. Education [5]
  3. Marriage [6]
  4. Old Age (slavery) [7]
  5. Slave Music [8]
  6. Housing [9]
  7. Whipping [10]
  8. Family Life [11]
  9. Slave breeding [12]
  10. Childhood [13]
Events and Issues in Slavery
  1. Anti-Slavery Newspapers [14]
  2. Reconstruction Plans [15]
  3. Liberia Settlement [16]
American Slave Accounts
  1. Martha Browne [17]
  2. Henry Clay Bruce [18]
  3. Francis Fredric [19]
  4. Walter Hawkins (ex-slave) [20]
  5. Thomas Johnson (ex-slave) [21]
  6. Isaac Mason [22]

American Civil War[edit]

Civil War Chronology
  1. Civil War: 1861-65 [23]
Organizations, Events and Issues
  1. Union-Confederate prisoner exchanges [24]
  2. Conscription Act (Confederate States of America) [25]
Civil War Soldiers
  1. Christian Morbeck [26]
  2. Amund Olsen [27]
  3. John L. Ransom [28]
  4. Ole Steensland [29]
Writers, Artists and Photographers
  1. James Gardner (photographer) [30]
  2. Charles H. Ray [31]
Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
  1. John Parker (police officer) [32]

The American West[edit]

Soldiers
  1. Lyman Kidder [33]
  2. Nelson Lee (soldier) [34]
Migrants and Settlers
  1. Patrick Breen (Donner Party) [35]
  2. William Eddy (Donner Party) [36]
  3. William Foster (Donner Party) [37]
  4. Franklin Graves [38]
  5. William Greiffenstein [39]
  6. Lewis Keseberg [40]
  7. Charles Tyler Stanton [41]
Cattlemen and Cowboys
  1. James Averell [42]
  2. Albert J. Bothwell [43]
  3. John H. Riley (banker) [44]
Judges and Lawmen
  1. Red Angus (lawman) [45]
  2. John Beidler [46]
Women and the Wild West
  1. Mary Smith (pioneer) [47]
Native Americans Leaders
  1. Natchez (Chiricahua leader) [48]
Events and Issues
  1. Dakota Badlands [49]
  2. Executions in the American West [50]
  3. Lynching in the American West [51]
  4. Prostitution in the American West [52]
  5. Vigilantes in the American West [53]

USA Political Figures and Parties[edit]

Political Figures (1900-1945)
  1. Tom Amlie [54]
Political Figures (1945-1980)
  1. Charles Edward Marsh [55]
Unions and Pressure Groups
  1. National Federation of Settlements [56]

The Assassination of John F. Kennedy[edit]

Important Figures in the Case
  1. James Smither Abercrombie [57]
  2. Carmine Bellino [58]
  3. Paul Bethel [59]
  4. Herman Brown [60] - redirect
  5. Ricardo Chavez (CIA agent)
  6. William R. Corson [61]
  7. Deborah Davis (journalist) [62]
  8. Morgan J. Davis [63]
  9. Sheffield Edwards [64]
  10. Fabian Escalante [65]
  11. Sam Halpern [66]
  12. Hal Hendrix [67]
  13. Josefa Johnson [68]
  14. John Kinser [69] John Douglas Kinser redirects
  15. George Krutilek [70]
  16. Carlos Lechuga [71]
  17. Henry Marshall (official) [72]
  18. Robert McCory
  19. Eloy Menoya
  20. Harold Orr [73]
  21. Robert W. Owen [74]
  22. Ron Pataky [75]
  23. Walter Raymond Jr. [76]
  24. Enrique Ruiz-Williams [77]
  25. Coleman Wade [78]
  26. Gene Wheaton [79]
Important Witnesses
  1. Judyth Baker [80]
  2. Domingo Benavides [81]
  3. Thornton Boswell [82]
  4. John Calvin Brewer [83]
  5. Warren Burroughs [84]
  6. George E. Butler [85]
  7. Richard R. Carr [86]
  8. Rose Cheramie [87]
  9. Acquilla Clemons [88]
  10. Larry Craford [89]
  11. Charles Crenshaw [90]
  12. Jerrol F. Custer [91]
  13. Dennis D. David [92]
  14. Harry J. Dean [93]
  15. Bill Decker (sheriff) [94]
  16. Silvia Duran [95]
  17. Adele Edisen [96]
  18. Pierre Finck [97]
  19. Buell Frazier [98]
  20. Ed Hoffman [99]
  21. S. M. Holland [100]
  22. Joseph Humes [101]
  23. James C. Jenkins [102]
  24. Winston G. Lawson [103]
  25. Billy Lovelady [104]
  26. Helen Markham [105]
  27. Vaughn Marlowe [106]
  28. Robert McKeown [107]
  29. Angel Murgado [108]
  30. William Newman - dab
  31. Gayle Newman
  32. Harold Norman [109]
  33. Paul K. O'Connor [110]
  34. Francis X. O'Neill [111]
  35. Tosh Plumlee [112]
  36. John L. Quigley [113]
  37. Don B. Reynolds [114]
  38. Warren Reynolds [115]
  39. Delphine Roberts [116]
  40. Earlene Roberts (nurse) [117]
  41. Arnold Rowland [118]
  42. Perry Russo [119] - redirect
  43. Harold A. Rydberg [120]
  44. James W. Sibert [121]
  45. Joe M. Smith
  46. Florence Pritchett Smith [122]
  47. Forest Sorrels
  48. Saundra K. Spencer [123]
  49. Joe Tonahill [124]
  50. Carolyn Walther [125]
Investigators, Researchers and Journalists
  1. Gary L. Aguilar [126]
  2. Joe Backes [127] - not listed
  3. Judyth Baker [128] [129]
  4. Joel Bainerman [130]
  5. Richard Billings [131]
  6. Don Bohning [132]
  7. Rex Bradford [133] [134]
  8. Walt Brown (researcher) [135] [136]
  9. Thomas G. Buchanan [137]
  10. Greg Burnham [138] - not listed
  11. Russ Burr [139] - not listed
  12. Alex Constantine [140]
  13. Debra Conway [141] [142]
  14. Gary Cornwell [143] [144]
  15. John Costella [145] [146]
  16. Leo Damore [147]
  17. Wim Dankbaar [148] [149]
  18. Marcel Dehaeseleer [150] [151]
  19. James DiEugenio [152]
  20. Ed Dorsch [153] - not listed
  21. Allan Eaglesham [154] [155]
  22. Ron Ecker [156] [157]
  23. George Michael Evica [158] [159]
  24. Will Fritz [160]
  25. Stewart Galanor [161] - not listed
  26. Donald Gibson (writer) [162]
  27. Ian Griggs (researcher) [163] [164]
  28. Larry Hancock [165] [166]
  29. Robert Harris [167] - not listed
  30. David Healy [168] - dab
  31. James Hepburn - not listed
  32. C. David Heymann [169]
  33. Paul Hoch [170] - not listed
  34. Daniel Hopsicker [171]
  35. Douglas Horne (writer) [172] [173]
  36. John Hunt [174] - not listed
  37. Henry Hurt [175]
  38. Joachim Joesten [176]
  39. John Judge [177] - not listed
  40. Barb Junkkarinen [178] - not listed
  41. Seth Kantor [179]
  42. John Kelin [180] [181]
  43. William E. Kelly [182]
  44. Jim Koethe [183]
  45. William M. Law [184] [185]
  46. Robert Livingston - not listed
  47. Angus Mackenzie [186]
  48. Richard D. Mahoney [187]
  49. David Mantik [188]
  50. Anthony Marsh [189] - not listed
  51. Daniel Marvin [190]
  52. David D. Martin - not listed
  53. Laton McCartney - not listed
  54. Hugh C. McDonald [191]
  55. David McKean (investigator) [192]
  56. Gerald McKnight [193]
  57. Sylvia Meagher [194] [195]
  58. Joan Mellen [196]
  59. Bonar Menninger [197] - redirect
  60. Jefferson Morley [198] [199]
  61. Denis Morissette [200] - not listed
  62. Martha Moyer [201] - not listed
  63. Christopher M. Newton [202]
  64. Jim Olmstead [203] - not listed
  65. John Orr [204] - not listed
  66. Vincent Palamara [205] [206]
  67. Sam Papich [207]
  68. Greg Parker [208] - not listed
  69. Lisa Pease [209] [210]
  70. Clint Peoples [211]
  71. Dave Perry (researcher) [212] [213]
  72. Jack Pfeiffer [214]
  73. Dave Reitzes [215] [216]
  74. Jack Revill [217]
  75. William Reymond (journalist) [218] [219]
  76. Deanie Richards [220] - not listed
  77. James Richards [221] - dab
  78. John Ritchson [222] - not listed
  79. Stephen Rivele [223] [224]
  80. Donald Roberdeau [225] [226]
  81. Craig Roberts (police officer) [227] [228]
  82. Jerry Robertson [229] - not listed
  83. Thomas B. Ross [230]
  84. Dick Russell (writer) [231]
  85. Vincent J. Salandria [232] [233]
  86. David E. Scheim [234]
  87. Paul Seaton (writer) [235] - not listed
  88. Martin Shackelford [236] [237]
  89. J. Gary Shaw [238]
  90. John Simkin (historian) [239]
  91. Bill Simpich [240] - not listed
  92. Matthew Smith (writer) [241]
  93. Mark Sobel - not listed
  94. Patrick Speer [242] - not listed
  95. Richard A. Sprague [243]
  96. Andrew St. George [244]
  97. Rodney Stich [245]
  98. Donald B. Thomas [246] [247]
  99. William Torbitt [248] [249]
  100. Joseph Trento [250]
  101. Nigel Turner [251]
  102. William Turner (journalist) [252]
  103. Noel Twyman [253]
  104. Thayer Waldo [254]
  105. Douglas Weldon [255]
  106. Seymour Weitzman [256]
  107. Jack D. White [257] [258]
  108. Ronald F. White [259]
  109. Peter Whitmey [260] - not listed
  110. John Williams - not listed
  111. David Wimp [261] - not listed
Possible Conspirators
  1. Eddie Bayo [262]
  2. Alan H. Belmont [263]
  3. William C. Bishop [264]
  4. Fred Black (businessman) [265]
  5. Jim Braden [266]
  6. Gorden Campbell (CIA agent) [267]
  7. Clifton C. Carter [268]
  8. Frank Castro [269]
  9. John Cofer [270]
  10. Edwin Collins [271]
  11. Isaac Irving Davidson [272]
  12. Howard K. Davis [273]
  13. Thomas Davis (criminal) [274]
  14. Herminio Diaz Garcia [275]
  15. Marshall Diggs [276]
  16. Tom Dunkin [277]
  17. Robert W. Easterling [278]
  18. Loy Factor [279]
  19. Virgilio Gonzalez [280] - redirect
  20. Antoine Guerini [281]
  21. Loran Hall [282]
  22. Dennis Harber [283]
  23. Roy Hargraves [284]
  24. Gerry P. Hemming [285]
  25. George Hickey [286] - redirect
  26. Lawrence Howard [287]
  27. Haroldson L. Hunt [288]
  28. Robert Emmett Johnson [289]
  29. Henry Warner Kloepfer [290]
  30. Mario Kohly [291]
  31. Jack Lawrence (car salesman) [292]
  32. James Arthur Lewis [293]
  33. John Martino (gambler) [294]
  34. Matthew H. McCloskey [295]
  35. Lewis McWillie [296]
  36. Robert D. Morrow [297]
  37. Charles Murret [298]
  38. Ricardo Morales Navarrete [299]
  39. Guillermo Novo [300]
  40. Richard Ober [301]
  41. Manuel Orcarberrio [302]
  42. Edward Roderick [303]
  43. Felipe Vidal Santiago [304]
  44. Larrie Schmidt [305]
  45. George Senator [306]
  46. William Seymour (sailor) [307]
  47. Gordon Shanklin [308]
  48. Charles Siragusa - different person?
  49. Sergio Arcacha Smith [309] - redirect
  50. Jean Souetre [310]
  51. Tony Sforza [311]
  52. Bernardo De Torres [312]
  53. Eladio del Valle [313]
  54. Rafael Villaverde [314]
  55. Buddy Walthers [315]
  56. Bernard Weissman [316]
  57. Roscoe White [317]
  58. Steve Wilson (soldier) [318]
  59. Dave Yarras [319]
Reports on the Assassination
  1. House Select Committee on Intelligence Activities [320]
Organizations and Operations
  1. ZR/RIFLE [321]
  2. Special Group Augmented [322]
  3. Operation Tilt [323]
  4. Interpen [324]
  5. Task Force W [325]

Vietnam War[edit]

Issues, Events & Organizations
  1. Buddhism and the Vietnam War [326]
  2. Chemical warfare in the Vietnam War [327]
  3. Guerrilla warfare in the Vietnam War [328]
  4. Mass Media and the Vietnam War [329]
  5. Negotiated Peace [330]

Women's Suffrage[edit]

Campaigners for Women's Rights
  1. Madeline Breckinridge [331]
  2. Alice Glass (mistress) [332]
  3. Adella Logan [333]
  4. Mabel Dodge Luman [334]
  5. Adena Miller [335]
  6. Rayna Prohme [336]
Women Artists and the Campaign
  1. Nina Alexender [337]
  2. Fredrikke Palmer [338]
  3. Mary Sigsbee [339]
  4. Alice Beach Winter [340]
Journals and Magazines
  1. Woman Citizen [341]

Civil Rights Movement[edit]

1840-1900
Issues, Events & Organizations
1900-1980
Issues, Events & Organizations
  1. Lynching of Rubin Stacy [342]
  2. Fair Employment Act (1942) [343]
  3. Lynching of Emmett Till [344]
  4. March on Washington: 1941 [345]
  5. Segregated Lunch Counters [346]
Civil Right Campaigners (1860-1900)
  1. Walter Hawkins (bishop) [347]
  2. John Jones (businessman) [348]
Civil Right Campaigners (1900-2010)
  1. Oliver Depriest [349]
  2. Joseph Felmet [350]
  3. Joanne Grant [351]
  4. Adella Hunt-Logan [352]
  5. Joseph Levin [353]
  6. Marion Merriman [354]
  7. Fredrika Newton [355]

Trade Union Activists[edit]

  1. Joe Dallet [356]
  2. David Doran [357]
  3. James B. McNamara [358]
  4. John Siney [359]
Trade Union Journals
  1. The Unemployed [360]

Immigration[edit]

The Journey
  1. Embarkation [361] - can be own article about American embarkation?
  2. Journey to America [362]
  3. Fires and Shipwrecks [363]
  4. Disease and Immigration [364]
Immigration Acts
  1. 1866 [365]
Events, Issues & Immigration
  1. American Civil War and Immigrants [366]
Germans in America
  1. Bernhard Felsenthal [367]
Irish in America
Swedes in America
  1. Selma Erickson [368]
  2. Carl Gustaveson [369]
  3. Nils Johansson (doctor) [370]
  4. Jons Jonsson [371]
  5. Peter Lindstrom [372]
  6. Christina Nilsson (publisher) [373] - redirect to Swan Turnblad?
  7. Herman Seaborg [374]
  8. Martin Swanson [375]
Norwegians in America
  1. Marta Sandal [376]
  2. Jon Torstein-Rue [377]
Danes in America
  1. Joseph Mathiesen [378]
  2. Sivert Pederson [379]
  3. Soren Pederson [380]
Belgians in America
  1. Anastase Douay [381]
Dutch in America
  1. Domine Dellius [382]
  2. Gerrit van Schelven [383]
  3. Henry Scholte [384]

McCarthyism[edit]

Communist Spies
  1. Abraham Brothman [385]
  2. Karl Hermann Brunck [386]
  3. Henry Hill Collins [387]
  4. Hope Hale Davis [388]
  5. Vivian Glassman [389]
  6. Alfred Stern [390]
The Investigators
  1. Roy M. Brewer [391]
  2. Vincent Hartnett [392]
The Informers
  1. Leo Townsend (screenwriter) [393]
Blacklisted
  1. Edwin Rolfe [394]

Cold War[edit]

Political and Military Figures
  1. Ferenc Farkas (politician) [395]
  2. Joseph Fischer (politician) [396]
  3. Gyula Keleman [397]
  4. Attila Szigethy [398]

American Crime[edit]

Important Cases
  1. The Fred Sweet Case [399]

Art in the United States[edit]

  1. James M. Flagg [400]

Watergate[edit]

  1. William Birely [401]
  2. Michelle Clark [402]
  3. Fred Emery (writer)
  4. John Leon (detective) [403]
  5. Lee R. Pennington [404]
  6. Lou Russell [405]

Iran Contra Scandal[edit]

The Conspirators
  1. John F. Hull [406]
  2. Rafael Villaverde [407]
  3. Gene Wheaton [408]

Propaganda, Disinformation & Corruption[edit]

Masters of Deceit
  1. Gordon Campbell (CIA officer) [409]
Investigators

Business Leaders[edit]

  1. William Vinson [410]
  2. James Elkins (businessman) [411]
  3. Eugene B. Germany [412]
  4. Alvin Wirtz [413]

Journalists[edit]

  1. Jack L. Bell [414]
  2. Ulric Bell [415]
  3. Iris Carpenter [416]
  4. McAllister Coleman [417]
  5. Ruth Cowan [418]
  6. Peggy Deuell [419]
  7. Wallace R. Deuel [420]
  8. Harold Feldman [421]
  9. Laird Goldsborough [422]
  10. Benjamin Hampton (journalist) [423]
  11. Priscilla Johnson [424]
  12. Roy Edward Larsen [425]
  13. Laton McCartney [426]
  14. John Stuart Martin [427]
  15. David C. Martin (journalist) [428]
  16. Jefferson Morley [429]
  17. Sydney Morrell [430]
  18. Arline Mosby [431]
  19. Joseph North (journalist) [432]
  20. Paul C. Patterson [433]
  21. Percival Phillips [434]
  22. Virginia Prewett [435]
  23. Charles Ray (journalist) [436]
  24. William Reymond (journalist) [437]
  25. Dick Russell (journalist) [438]
  26. Léo Sauvage [439]
  27. Ann Stringer [440]
  28. Edmond Taylor [441]
  29. Sandor Voros [442]
  30. Fred Warren (editor) [443]
  31. Bonnie Wiley [444]
  32. Wythe Williams [445]

Poets and Novelists[edit]

  1. Donald Chase Downes [446]
  2. Theodore Veblen

Photography in the United States[edit]

Organizations and Movements
  1. Camera Club [447]
  2. Photosecession Group [448]
  3. Standard Oil Project [449]
Photographers

American Cartoonists[edit]

  1. Francis Attwood [450]
  2. Cornelia Barnes [451]
  3. K. R. Chamberlain [452]
  4. H. J. Glintenkamp [453]
  5. Herbert Johnson (cartoonist) [454]

Journals[edit]

  1. Hampton's Magazine [455] - not Hamptons (magazine)
  2. In Fact Newsletter [456]

First World War[edit]

  1. W.I.L.P.F. [457]
  2. United States War Casualties [458]

British History (4365 total, 741 remaining)[edit]

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The Medieval World[edit]

  1. Medieval Farming [459]

The Tudors[edit]

Biographies
  1. Robert Kett [460] - can be own article?
Events, Issues and Organizations
  1. Agriculture and Enclosures in Tudor England [461]
  2. Anglicans and Puritans in Tudor England [462]
  3. Catholics and Protestants in Tudor England [463]
  4. Elizabeth and Marriage [464]
  5. Henry VIII and the Pope [465]
  6. Poverty in Tudor England [466]
  7. Sports and Pastimes in Tudor England [467]
  8. Tobacco in Tudor England [468]
  9. Tudor Artists [469]
  10. Tudor Heretics [470]
  11. Tudor Monasteries
  12. Tudor Parliaments [471]
  13. Tudor Wales [472]

The Stuarts[edit]

Biographies (1600-1750)
  1. William Crompton (soldier) [473]
Events, Issues and Organizations (1600-1715)
  1. Charles II and Catholics [474]
  2. Tactics of the English Civil War [475]
  3. Weapons of the English Civil War [476]
  4. Roundway Down [477]
  5. Wales in the English Civil War [478]

The Industrial Revolution[edit]

The Domestic System
  1. Handloom Weaving [479]
  2. Cloth Dresser [480]
  3. Cloth Merchants [481]
  4. The Fuller [482]
  5. Preemer Boy [483]
The Textile Industry
  1. Woollen Industry [484]
  2. Silk Industry [485]
  3. Cotton Industry [486]
  4. Linen Industry [487]
Inventors
  1. George Macintosh [488]
Textile Inventions
  1. Cylinder Printing [489]
  2. Roller Spinning [490] - double check redirect
  3. Flax Spinner [491]
  4. Carding Engine [492]
  5. Rotary Steam Engine [493]
  6. Dash Wheels [494]
Textile Entrepreneurs
  1. Joshua Fielden (cotton manufacturer) [495]
Life in a Textile Factory
  1. Child Factory Accidents [496]
  2. Apprentice Houses [497]
  3. Factory Pollution in the Textile Industry [498]
  4. Food in the Textile Factory [499]
  5. Parish Apprentices [500]
  6. Factory Labour and Physical Deformities [501]
  7. Piecers [502]
  8. Punishments in Factories [503]
  9. Scavengers in the Textile Industry [504]
Factory Workers
  1. Charles Aberdeen [505]
  2. John Allett [506]
  3. Elizabeth Bentley (child laborer) [507] - not factory worker?
  4. Stephen Binns [508]
  5. John Birley [509]
  6. Hannah Brown [510]
  7. Mary Bucktrout [511]
  8. David Bywater [512]
  9. Sarah Carpenter (child laborer) [513]
  10. Matthew Crabtree [514]
  11. Alexander Dean [515]
  12. Jonathan Downe [516]
  13. Joseph Hebergram [517]
  14. Benjamin Gomersal [518]
  15. Eliza Marshall [519]
  16. James McNish [520]
  17. William Rastrick [521]
  18. David Rowland (child laborer) [522]
  19. Gillett Sharpe [523]
Debate on Child Labour
  1. Archibald Buchanan (businessman) [524]
  2. Henry Hardie (doctor) [525]
  3. William James (Carlisle MP) [526]
  4. Samuel Smith (doctor) [527]
  5. Thomas Turner (doctor) [528]
  6. Michael Ward (doctor) [529]
  7. Abraham Whitehead [530]
  8. William Wilson (doctor) [531]
Railway and Bridge Engineers
  1. John Rastrick [532]
Railway Entrepreneurs
  1. Joseph Sandars [533]
Historical Developments
  1. Wooden Wagonways [534]
  2. Railway Mail [535]
  3. Steam Circus [536]
  4. Bilsworth Cutting [537]

Child Labour in Britain[edit]

Life in the Factory
  1. Workhouse Children [538]
Tactics and Issues
  1. Short Time Committees [539]
  2. Manchester's Factory Children [540]
  3. Michael Armstrong: Factory Boy [541]
  4. Factory Inspectors [542]
Factory Acts
  1. Factory Act 1867 [543]
  2. Factory Act 1874 [544]
  3. Factory Act 1891 [545]
Statistics
  1. Weight of Child Workers [546]
  2. Deaths in Leeds: 1780-1830 [547]
  3. Wages in Cotton Mills [548]
  4. Height of Child Workers [549]
  5. Mills in Lancashire [550]
  6. Ages in Cotton Mills [551]
Child Labour Activity
  1. Child Labour Activity - Teacher Notes [552]
  2. Factory Owners: Supported Child Labour [553]
  3. Supported Child Labour [554]
  4. Child Workers: Girls & Boys [555]
  5. Factory Owners: Opposed Child Labour [556]
  6. Campaigned Against Child Labour [557]

Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders[edit]

Retail Trade
  1. Arthur Liberty [558]
  2. Tom Spencer (businessman) [559] - dab not covered
Entrepreneurs
  1. Cyrus Clark [560] - can be own article

London[edit]

Law and Order
  1. Charing Cross Pillory [561]
Commerce
  1. London Corn Exchange [562]
  2. London Custom House [563]
Events
  1. 1743 Gin Act Riots [564]
  2. 1831 Reform Riots [565]
  3. Gas Workers and London [566]

Scotland: 1750-1950[edit]

  1. William Forrest (journalist) [567]

Wales: 1400-1960[edit]

  1. Harry Dobson [568]
  2. Elizabeth Jones (criminal) [569] - dab not covered
  3. Thora Silverthorne [570]

Engineers, Scientists and Inventors[edit]

  1. Isambard Brunel [571] - dab, all that's left is Isambard Brunel Junior (1837–1902)

Trade Unionists[edit]

  1. John Knight (trade unionist) [572]
Trade Union & Political Legislation
  1. 1799 & 1800 Combination Acts [573]
  2. 1824 Repeal of Combination Acts [574]
Important Events & Issues
  1. Gas Workers & the 8-Hour Day [575]
Labour Journals & Newspapers
  1. Manchester Chronicle [576]
  2. Lansbury's Labour Weekly [577]
  3. The Republican (British newspaper) [578]

Spies and Spymasters[edit]

  1. Hugh Christie (spy) [579]
  2. Joan Miller (spy) [580]

Religion and Society[edit]

Religious Groups
  1. Evangelical Movement [581]
  2. Jewish Community in the United Kingdom [582]
  3. Roman Catholic Church in the United Kingdom [583]
  4. Unitarian Society - dab not covered [584]
The Evangelical Movement
  1. Edward Steer [585]
Religion and Politics
  1. Women's Anti-Slavery Societies [586]
  2. Missionary Societies [587]

British Journalists[edit]

Journalists (1750-1820)
  1. Vincent Dowling (journalist) [588]
  2. Celia Fiennes (journalist) [589]
  3. John Saxton (journalist) [590]
  4. John Tyas (journalist) [591]
Journalists (1820-1880)
  1. John Forster (journalist) [592]
  2. Ernest Jones (journalist) [593]
Journalists (1880-1980)
  1. H. G. Bartholomew [594]
  2. William Clarke (journalist) [595]
  3. Henry Perry Robinson [596]
  4. Herbert Russell (journalist) [597]
  5. Herbert Sidebottom [598]
  6. Elizabeth Wilkinson (journalist) [599]
  7. E. H. Wilcox [600]
Newspapers
  1. Exchange Herald [601]
  2. Liverpool Mercury [602] - can be own article?
  3. Manchester Herald [603]
  4. The Republican (United Kingdom) [604] dab - page doesn't exist
Cartoonists
  1. Alexander Boyd (cartoonist) [605]
  2. James Dowd (cartoonist) [606]
  3. F. G. Lewin [607]
  4. Frank Reynolds (cartoonist) [608]
  5. Sidney Strube [609]
  6. Frederick H. Townsend [610]
Illustrators & Artists
  1. George Walker (artist) [611]

British Theatre[edit]

  1. Thomas Lawless Ternan [612]

British Art[edit]

Bloomsbury Group
  1. History of the Bloomsbury Group [613]
  2. Mary Hutchinson [614]
Artists (1900-1950)
  1. John S. Currie (artist) [615]
  2. Walter Everett (artist) [616]
  3. Rudolph Ihlee [617]
  4. Georges Leroux [618]

Cartoonists and Illustrators[edit]

British
  1. Savile Lumley [619]
  2. Norman Mansbridge [620]
  3. Ralph Sallon [621]
  4. Wyndham Robinson [622]
  5. James Shepherd (cartoonist) [623]
  6. Robert Sherriffs [624]
  7. F. W. Townsend [625]
  8. George Whitelaw [626]
United States
German
  1. Gustav Brandt [627]
  2. Thomas Heine (cartoonist) [628]
  3. Arthur Johnson (cartoonist) [629]
  4. Erich Schilling [630]
  5. Wilhelm Scholz [631]
Russian
  1. Alexei Kokorekin [632]
  2. Dmitri Orlov (cartoonist) [633]
  3. Konstantin Rotov [634]
France
  1. Jean Pennes [635]
Miscellaneous
  1. František Bidlo [636]
  2. Joseph Flatter [637]
  3. L.J. Jordaan [638]
  4. Stephen Roth (cartoonist) [639]
  5. A. Paul Weber [640] - 1 not covered
Women in the 19th Century
  1. Woman in 19th century schooling [641]
  2. Woman in 19th century University Education [642]
  3. Birth Control in 19th century [643]
  4. Woman in 19th century marriage [644]
  5. Woman in 19th century careers & Professions [645]
  6. Woman in 19th century Industrial Work [646]
Suffrage Strategy & Tactics
  1. Parliamentary Campaigns [647]
  2. Suffragette Hunger Strikes [648]
  3. Pilgrimage to London [649]
  4. Suffragette Arson Campaign [650]
  5. Cat & Mouse Act [651]
Women's Suffrage Journals
  1. Votes for Women (newspaper) [652]
  2. Women's Dreadnought [653] - redirect
  3. The Common Cause [654]
  4. The Suffragette [655] - redirect
Suffrage Pressure Groups
  1. National Union of Suffrage Societies [656]
  2. Women Social & Political Union [657]
  3. Women's Writers Suffrage League [658]
  4. Tax Resistance League [659]
  5. Central Society for Suffrage [660]
  6. National Union for Equal Citizenship [661]
  7. Independent WSPU [662]
  8. International Suffrage Alliance [663]
  9. Women's Hospital Corps [664]
  10. New Constitutional Society [665]
  11. Women's Industrial Society [666]
  12. National Political League [667]
  13. London Society for Suffrage [668]
  14. Jewish League for Woman Suffrage [669]
  15. Suffragette Fellowship [670]
  16. Church League for Suffrage [671]
  17. Fabian Women's Group [672]
  18. Manchester Society for Suffrage [673]
Parliamentary Reform Acts
  1. 1872 Secret Ballot Act [674]
  2. 1885 Redistribution Act [675]
  3. 1928 Equal Franchise Act [676]
Women Campaigners
  1. Laura Ainsworth [677]
  2. Helen Archdale [678]
  3. Minnie Baldock [679]
  4. Inez Bensusan [680]
  5. May Billinghurst [681]
  6. Emily Blathwayt [682]
  7. Mary Blathwayt [683]
  8. Georgina Brackenbury [684]
  9. Hilda Brackenbury [685]
  10. Marie Brackenbury [686]
  11. Jane Brailsford [687]
  12. Clara Codd [688]
  13. Cicely Corbett-Fisher [689]
  14. Edith Downing [690]
  15. Lilian Dove-Wilcox [691]
  16. Elsie Duval [692]
  17. Edith Lees Ellis [693]
  18. Ada Flatman [694]
  19. Lilias Ashworth Hallett [695]
  20. Katherine Harley (suffragette) [696]
  21. Vera Holme [697]
  22. Grace Jardine [698]
  23. Maud Joachim [699]
  24. Gladice Keevil [700]
  25. Alice Ker [701]
  26. Jessie Kenney [702]
  27. Millie Lansbury [703]
  28. Margory Lees [704]
  29. Victoria Lidiard [705]
  30. Eva Maclaren [706]
  31. Charlotte Marsh [707]
  32. Winnie Mason [708]
  33. Winifred Mayo [709]
  34. Clare Mordan [710]
  35. Marie Naylor [711]
  36. Catherine Osler [712]
  37. Mary Phillips (suffragette) [713]
  38. Catherine Pine [714]
  39. Grace Roe [715]
  40. Maud Arncliffe Sennett [716]
  41. Sime Seruya [717]
  42. Alice Schofield [718]
  43. Mary Sheepshanks [719]
  44. Mabel Tuke [720]
  45. Minnie Turner [721]
  46. Muriel de la Warr [722]
  47. Helen Kirkpatrick Watts [723]
  48. Vera Wentworth [724]
  49. Hettie Wheeldon [725]
  50. Edith Zangwill [726]

Britain and Slavery[edit]

  1. Society for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery [727]
  2. Society for the Abolition of Slave Trade [728]
  3. Young England Abolitionists [729]
Acts of Parliament
  1. 1788 Dolben Act [730]
  2. 1807 Abolition of the Slave Trade Act [731]
  3. 1824 Slave Trade Act
The British Slave Trade
  1. Catherine Buck [732]
  2. James Cropper (merchant) [733]
  3. Hugh Crow [734]
  4. William Dillwyn [735]
  5. James Irving (surgeon) [736]
  6. Sarah Wedgwood [737]

Black People in Britain[edit]

  1. Celestine Edwards [738]

British Railways[edit]

Locomotives
  1. Penydarren (locomotive) [739]
  2. Iron Duke (locomotive) [740]
  3. The Blutcher [741]
  4. Great Western (locomotive) [742]
Liverpool & Manchester
  1. Olive Mount [743]
  2. Gradient Profile [744]
  3. Moorish Arch [745]
  4. Second Class Travel [746]
  5. Third Class Travel [747]
Railway Stations
  1. Birmingham Station [748] - all covered?
Railways
Towns and Cities
  1. Railways in Aberdeen [749]
  2. Railways in Bath [750]
  3. Railways in Belfast [751]
  4. Railways in Birmingham [752]
  5. Railways in Bradford [753]
  6. Railways in Brighton [754]
  7. Railways in Bristol [755]
  8. Railways in Cambridge [756]
  9. Railways in Cardiff [757]
  10. Railways in Crewe [758]
  11. Railways in Chichester [759]
  12. Railways in Derby [760]
  13. Railways in Dublin [761]
  14. Railways in Dundee [762]
  15. Railways in Durham [763]
  16. Railways in Edinburgh [764]
  17. Railways in Exeter [765]
  18. Railways in Glasgow [766]
  19. Railways in Gloucester [767]
  20. Railways in Halifax [768]
  21. Railways in Hull (Kingston) [769]
  22. Railways in Leeds [770]
  23. Railways in Leicester [771]
  24. Railways in Liverpool [772]
  25. Railways in London [773]
  26. Railways in Manchester [774]
  27. Railways in Merthyr Tydfil [775]
  28. Railways in Middlesbrough [776]
  29. Railways in Newcastle [777]
  30. Railways in Northampton [778]
  31. Railways in Norwich [779]
  32. Railways in Nottingham [780]
  33. Railways in Oldham [781]
  34. Railways in Oxford [782]
  35. Railways in Portsmouth [783]
  36. Railways in Preston [784]
  37. Railways in Sheffield [785]
  38. Railways in Southampton [786]
  39. Railways in Stoke [787]
  40. Railways in Sunderland [788]
  41. Railways in Swansea [789]
  42. Railways in Swindon [790]
  43. Railways in York [791]

British Education[edit]

Educational Developments
  1. Revised Code [792]
  2. University Settlements [793]
  3. Board Schools [794]
Parliamentary Legislation
  1. 1946 Free School Milk Act [795]

Poverty, Health and Housing[edit]

  1. Mary Higgs [796]

Chartism[edit]

Chartist Tactics
  1. Moral Force Chartism [797]
  2. Kennington Mass Meeting [798]
  3. Physical Force Chartism [799]
  4. Chartist Public Meetings [800]
  5. Chartist Newspapers [801]
  6. Women & Chartism [802]

Peterloo Massacre[edit]

Context
  1. Manchester in 1819 [803]
  2. Blanketeers March [804]
  3. Moderate Reform Group [805]
  4. Industrial Unrest [806] - Can be own article
  5. Manchester Female Reformers [807]
  6. Manchester Magistrates [808]
  7. Corresponding Societies [809]
  8. Handloom Weavers [810]
  9. Taxes on Knowledge [811]
  10. Factory Conditions [812]
  11. Manchester & Salford Yeomanry [813]
  12. The Gagging Acts [814]
St. Peter's Fields
  1. Peterloo Chronology [815]
  2. Official Map of St. Peter's Field [816]
  3. Size of Crowd at Peterloo [817]
  4. Manchester Observer Map [818]
  5. Deaths at Peterloo [819]
Eyewitness Accounts
Magistrates & Soldiers
  1. William Hay (magistrate) [820] - dab covered?
  2. Lieut-Colonel George L'Estrange [821]
  3. Joseph Nadin [822]
Eyewitness Accounts
Radical Reformers
  1. Elizabeth Healey [823]
  2. George Swift (Peterloo Massacre) [824] - dab, not covered
Eyewitness Accounts
Moderate Reformers
  1. John Smith (Peterloo Massacre) [825] - dab, covered?
Consequences
  1. Repeal of Corn Laws [826]

History of Socialism[edit]

Anarchists
  1. Jean de Boe [827]
  2. Raymond Callemin [828]
  3. Edouard Carouy [829]
  4. Eugène Dieudonné [830]
  5. Stephen Monier [831]
  6. André Soudy [832]
  7. René Valet [833]
  8. Vsevolod Volin [834]
  9. Socialist League (1884) [835]
  10. Socialist League (1931) [836]
Christian Socialist Movement
  1. Hubert Llewellyn Smith [837]
Labour Party
  1. Douglas Garman [838] - redirect
  2. Frank Wise (British politician) [839]
Socialist Labour Party
  1. James Connally [840]
  2. Alfred Mason [841]
  3. William Marshall Wheeldon [842]
Communist Party
  1. Len Crome [843]
  2. Nan Green [844]
  3. David Marshall (writer) [845]

Conservatives[edit]

Members of Parliament
  1. John Cartland [846]
  2. Vera Terrington [847]
Members of Far Right Political Groups
  1. John Becket [848]
  2. Margaret Bothamley [849]
  3. E. H. Cole [850]
  4. James Edmondson (politician) [851] - dab not covered
  5. Aubrey Lees [852]

Parliamentary Reform[edit]

Revolutionaries (1700-1820)
  1. John Brunt (conspirator) [853]
  2. James Ings [854]
  3. Richard Tidd [855]
Home Office
Magistrates & Spies
  1. John Castle (informer) [856]
  2. George Edwards (informer) [857]
  3. John Stafford (spymaster) [858]
Early Reform Groups
  1. Female Reform Union [859]
  2. Spencean Philanthropist Society [860] - can be own article?
Important Events (1800-1820)
  1. Bristol Riot [861] - bristol riots doesn't cover 1800-1820 one
  2. Pentridge Rising [862]
  3. Reform Riots in 1832 [863]
Parliament in the 18th Century
  1. Preston Borough [864]

Members of Parliament: 1820-1880[edit]

  1. A. Ashley Cooper [865]
  2. Edward Stanley I [866]
  3. Edward Stanley II [867]

Parliamentary Legislation[edit]

  1. 1774 Gaols Act [868]
  2. 1804 Corn Laws [869]
  3. 1815 Stamp Act [870]
  4. 1833 Factory Act [871]
  5. 1836 English Tithe Act [872]
  6. 1844 Factory Act [873]
  7. 1846 Corn Law Act [874]
  8. 1850 Factory Act [875]
  9. 1864 Contagious Diseases Act [876]
  10. 1867 Factory Act [877]
  11. 1869 Municipal Franchise Act [878]
  12. 1874 Factory Act [879]
  13. 1876 Merchant Shipping Act [880]
  14. 1886 Guardianship of Infants Act [881]
  15. 1891 Factory Act [882]
  16. 1924 Housing Act [883]
  17. 1938 Emergency Powers (Defence Act) [884]
  18. 1941 National Service Act [885]
  19. 1946 School Meals Act [886]

First World War (1,286 total, 334 remaining)[edit]

Outbreak of War[edit]

Background to the Assassination
  1. Railway Station to City Hall [887]
  2. City Hall to Sarajevo Hospital [888]
The Serbians
  1. Milan Ciganovic [889]

Allied Forces[edit]

Allied Countries
  1. South Africa in World War I [890]
  2. Rhodesia in World War I [891] - double check goes to southern
  3. France in World War I [892] - surely own article?
  4. Montenegro in World War I [893]
  5. Gibraltar in World War I [894]
  6. Newfoundland in World War I [895]
Allied Armed Forces
  1. French Air Service in World War I [896]
  2. French Navy in World War I [897]
  3. Russian Army in World War I [898] redirect here Imperial Russian Army formations and units (1914)?
  4. Montenegrin Army in World War I [899]
  5. Newfoundland Army in World War I [900]
  6. Royal Navy in World War I [901]
  7. Serbian Army in World War I [902]
  8. Greek Army in World War I [903]
  9. Rhodesian Army in World War I [904]
  10. Romanian Army in World War I [905]
  11. Italian Army in World War I [906]

Central Powers[edit]

Central Powers in 1914
  1. Austro-Hungary in World War I [907]
Political and Military Leaders
  1. Hermann Duncker [908]
  2. Petrol Gessler [909]
  3. Max Levien [910]
  4. Zenzl Mühsam [911]
  5. Karl Wirth [912]
Armed Forces
  1. Bulgarian Army in World War I [913]
  2. Rudolf Binding [914]
  3. Herbert Sulzbach [915]

Military Leaders[edit]

Military Commanders
Allied Forces
  1. Henry Mitchell - dab not covered

The Soldiers[edit]

Allied Soldiers
  1. Gerard Anderson (soldier) [916]
  2. Donald Bell (soldier) [917]
  3. William Brooks (soldier) [918] - covered in dab?
  4. Godfrey Chavasse [919]
  5. Geoffrey Donaldson [920] - dab not covered
  6. Thomas Griffiths Hughes [921]
  7. James Lovegrove (soldier) [922]
  8. Innes Meo [923]
  9. C. H. Norman [924]
  10. John Raws [925]
  11. Arthur Savage (soldier) [926] - dab, double check
  12. Ronald Schweder [927]
  13. John Edward Simkin [928]
  14. Robert Sherriff [929]
  15. George Smith (soldier) [930] - dab, covered?
  16. Geoffrey Thurlow [931]
  17. Reginald Tite [932]
  18. Neville Woodroffe [933]
War Heroes
  1. John Bent (war hero) [934] - dab not covered

Air War[edit]

Aircraft & Airships
  1. BE-2 [935]
  2. FE-2b [936]
Air-Forces
  1. French Army Air Service [937]
War in the Air
  1. Aircraft and Airships in 1914 [938]
  2. Anti-Aircraft Artillery in World War I [939] - own page?
  3. Zeppelin Air Raids [940]
  4. Dogfights in World War I [941] - different article
  5. Bombing Raids on Britain in World War I [942]
  6. Aircraft and Wireless [943]
Administrators and Manufacturers
  1. Herbert Musgrave [944]

War Literature[edit]

Journalism and Censorship
  1. Accredited War Journalists [945]
  2. British War Journalism [946]
  3. War Office Press Bureau [947]

Women at War[edit]

Women's Organisations and Issues
  1. Women and War Work [948]
  2. Women's Police Service [949]
  3. Women's International League [950]
Administrators
  1. Kati Dadeshkeliani [951] - why redirect?
Doctors and Nurses
  1. Catherine Cathcart-Smith [952]
  2. Mabel Stobart [953]
Women and the Home Front
  1. Ruth Mallory [954]
  2. Helen Thomas (writer) [955] - double check?
  3. Myfanwy Thomas [956]

Strategy and Tactics[edit]

  1. The Schliefffen Plan [957]
  2. Patrols & Raids [958]
  3. Attacks & Offensives [959]
  4. Creeping Barrage [960] can it be own article?
  5. Light Flares [961]
  6. Chlorine Gas [962] - can be own article re: war
  7. Plan 19 [963]
  8. Tunnelling [964] - dab not covered
  9. Preliminary Bombardment [965]

Technology[edit]

  1. Deflector plates [966]
  2. Zeppelin Raids [967] - own article?

British Home Front[edit]

War and the Home Front
  1. Alcohol Consumption [968] - redirects to drink
  2. Food Rationing [969] own article?
  3. Marching to War [970]
  4. Recruitment: 1914-5 [971]
  5. Relationships and the First World War [972]
  6. Soldier's Letters [973]
  7. Sport and the First World War [974]
  8. Unseen Hand (secret society) [975] not ww1 related?
  9. War Journalists in World War I [976]
  10. Women's Patrols [977]
  11. Women and Recruitment [978]
Important Figures
  1. Eileen Villiers-Stuart [979]

Trench Warfare[edit]

Life in the Trenches
  1. Waterlogged Trenches [980]
  2. Trench Rats [981]
  3. Food in the Trenches [982]
  4. Gas Attacks [983]
  5. Shell-Fire [984] - redirect to artillery?
  6. Execution of British Soldiers [985]
  7. Casualties in the Trenches [986]
  8. Up the Line (World War I) [987] - article not related to warfare
  9. Alcohol in the Trenches [988]
  10. Regulation Equipment [989]
  11. Horses & Mules in World War I [990]
  12. Etaples Base Camp [991]
  13. Corpse Factories [992]
  14. Ghosts on the Front Line [993]
The Trench System
  1. The Trench System [994]
  2. Parados (military) [995] - double check
  3. Fire-Step [996]
  4. Fire-Bay [997]
  5. Stand-To [998]
  6. Signallers [999]
  7. Front-Line Trenches [1,000]
  8. Communication Trenches [1,001]
  9. Funk Hole [1,002]
  10. Traverses [1,003]

War at Sea[edit]

  1. Allied Ship Losses: 1914-18 [1,004]
  2. World Ship Losses: 1914-18 [1,005]
  3. Warships Destroyed: 1914-18 [1,006]

Art[edit]

War Artists
  1. Charles Nevinson [1,007]
War Cartoonists & Illustrators (Britain)
  1. David Wilson (cartoonist) [1,008] - dab
  2. F.G. Lewin [1,009]
  3. Saville Lumley [1,010]
War Cartoonists & Illustrators (Various)
  1. Adolf Karpellus [1,011]
  2. Maurice Neumont [1,012]
  3. Lucien-Hector Jonas [1,013]
  4. Luciano Mauzan [1,014]
  5. Mihaly Biro (artist) [1,015] - different person
  6. Pal Sujan [1,016]

Organizations[edit]

  1. Government Press Bureau [1,017]

Weapons[edit]

Rifles and Pistols
  1. Mannlicher-Carcano [1,018] - can it be own article?
Armoured Vehicles
  1. Military Motor Bus [1,019]
  2. Commer Ambulance [1,020]
  3. Ford Model T Patrol Car [1,021]
  4. Dennis Military Lorry [1,022]
Artillery
  1. Heavy Artillery [1,023] - redirect to artillery or can be own article?
Tanks
  1. Early Tank Design [1,024]
  2. Schwerer Kampfwagen [1,025]
  3. Mark I (Mother) [1,026]
  4. Leichter Kampfwagen [1,027]
  5. Carro Fiat Tipo [1,028]

First World War: Statistics[edit]

  1. Size of Armies: 1914-18 [1,029]
  2. Allied & Neutral Ships Lost [1,030]
  3. USA War Aces [1,031]
  4. Financial Cost of the War [1,032]
  5. Aircraft & Airships: 1914 [1,033]
  6. World Ships Lost: 1914-18 [1,034]
  7. Deaths from Gas Attacks [1,035]
  8. French Property Losses [1,036]
  9. Women & Employment: 1914-20 [1,037]
  10. Warships Lost: 1914-18 [1,038]
  11. Death Sentences & Executions [1,039]
  12. Deaths of USA Soldiers [1,040]
  13. Total Casualties: 1914-18 [1,041]

Russian Revolution[edit]

Events and Issues in Russia (1914-25)
  1. White Army [1,042] - own article?
Russian Revolutionaries (1914-20)
  1. Sophia Smidovich [1,043]
  2. Maihail Tomsky [1,044]
Foreign Witnesses of the Russian Revolution
  1. Edward Heald [1,045]
  2. Stinton Jones [1,046]

Second World War (1,342 total, 277 remaining)[edit]

Political Figures[edit]

  1. Jean-Pierre Lévy (politician) [1,047] - double check

Countries and the Second World War[edit]

  1. Algeria in World War II [1,048]
  2. Austria in World War II [1,049]
  3. Borneo in World War II [1,050]
  4. Burma in World War II [1,051]
  5. Chile in World War II [1,052]
  6. Eritrea in World War II [1,053]
  7. Ethiopia in World War II [1,054]
  8. Grenada in World War II [1,055]
  9. Gilbert Islands in World War II [1,056]
  10. Hong Kong in World War II [1,057]
  11. Israel in World War II [1,058]
  12. Malaya in World War II [1,059]
  13. Manchuria in World War II [1,060]
  14. Marshall Islands in World War II [1,061]
  15. Morocco in World War II [1,062]
  16. Nicaragua in World War II [1,063]
  17. Pakistan in World War II
  18. Palestine in World War II [1,064]
  19. Somalia in World War II [1,065]
  20. Switzerland in World War II [1,066]
  21. Syria in World War II [1,067]
  22. Turkey in World War II [1,068]

Armed Forces: 1939-1945[edit]

British Armed Forces
  1. Royal Navy in World War II [1,069]
United States Armed Forces
  1. United States Army in World War II [1,070]
  2. United States Air Force in World War II [1,071]
  3. United States Marines in World War II [1,072]
French Armed Forces
  1. French Army in World War II [1,073]
  2. French Air Force in World War II [1,074]
  3. French Navy in World War II [1,075]
Soviet Union Armed Forces
  1. Red Army in World War II [1,076]
  2. Red Air Force in World War II [1,077]
  3. Red Navy in World War II [1,078]
Italian Armed Forces
  1. Italian Navy in World War II [1,079]

Military Figures[edit]

Japanese Military Leaders
  1. Masaki Honda [1,080]
French Military Leaders
  1. Charles Nogues [1,081]

The Home Front[edit]

  1. Anderson Shelters [1,082] - redirect to air raid shelters?
  2. BBC in World War II [1,083]
  3. Bomb Disposal Units in World War II [1,084]
  4. Compulsory Billeting in Britain during World War II [1,085]
  5. Children's Education in Britain during World War II [1,086]
  6. Desertion in the British Armed Forces during World War II [1,087]
  7. Emergency Powers Act [1,088] - dab not all covered
  8. Firewatching [1,089]
  9. Germans in Britain during World War II [1,090]
  10. Letters to Peace Lovers [1,091]
  11. Morrison Shelters [1,092] - same as Anderson?
  12. Overseas Reception Board [1,093]
  13. Plan for Britain [1,094]
  14. Postscripts (BBC radio program) [1,095] - different meaning to article
  15. Radar Stations [1,096]
  16. Women's War Work [1,097]
  17. Catherine Coyne [1,098]
  18. Edward Knoblaugh [1,099]
  19. Big Wing Strategy [1,100]
  20. Metallised Strips [1,101]
  21. Panzer Tanks [1,102]
  22. Pershing M26 Tank [1,103]
  23. Phosphorous Bombs [1,104]

Second World Air War[edit]

Air Forces
  1. Red Army Air Force in World War II [1,105]
United States Air Force Aircraft
  1. Mustang P-51B [1,106]
Royal Air Force Men
  1. Frank Hugh Long [1,107]
  2. Richard Rivaz [1,108]

Second World War at Sea[edit]

Military Forces
  1. Soviet Navy in World War II [1,109]
War Ships
  1. Dorsetshire (warship) [1,110]

Soldiers, Sailors and Pilots[edit]

  1. Antony Brett-James [1,111]
  2. Ivor Brett-James [1,112]
  3. Richard Carver (field marshal) [1,113] - not one
  4. Denis Falvey [1,114]
  5. Jack Hughes (soldier) [1,115] - dab not covered
  6. George Hume (soldier) [1,116] - different
  7. Harrison Lapahie [1,117]
  8. Lennox Napier [1,118]
  9. Ivor Rowbery [1,119]
  10. John Simkin (soldier) [1,120] - different person

French Resistance[edit]

  1. George Groussard [1,121]
  2. Denise Jacob [1,122]
  3. Rosemary Maeght [1,123]
  4. Genevieve Soulié [1,124]
  5. Drue Tartié [1,125]
  6. Helene Viannay [1,126]
Resistance Organizations
  1. Comité d'Action Socialiste [1,127]
  2. Jockey Network [1,128]
  3. Prosper Network [1,129] - double check
Secret Service
  1. Victor Gerson [1,130]
  2. Patrick Howarth [1,131]
  3. Michael Trotobas [1,132]

The Resistance[edit]

  1. Justyna Draenger [1,133]
  2. Shimshon Draenger [1,134]
  3. Josef Kaplan [1,135]
  4. Adolf Liebeskind [1,136]
  5. Gole Mire [1,137]

Resistance in Nazi Germany[edit]

  1. Fabian Schlabrendorff [1,138]
  2. Jürgen Wittenstein [1,139] - redirect

Holocaust[edit]

The Victims
  1. Eva Heyman [1,140]
  2. Janine Phillips [1,141]
  3. Macha Rolnikas [1,142]
  4. Walter Stoecker [1,143]

Secret Service[edit]

Anti-Nazi Resistance
  1. Dorothy Tartiére [1,144]
  2. Helene Vianna [1,145]
Women Civilians
  1. Ann Fleming [1,146]
  2. Eileen Cain [1,147]
  3. Stella Hughes [1,148]
  4. Muriel Simkin [1,149]
  5. Joyce Storey [1,150]
  6. Muriel Wright (model) [1,151] - different Muriel

Scientists[edit]

  1. Edward McMillan [1,152]
  2. Eugene Winter [1,153]

Other, total 1,131, left 175[edit]

This is a missing topics list based on Sparticus-Educational.com. This list is based on Famous crimes, football, Rome, Spanish Civil War, and travel.

Famous Crimes[edit]

Murder Victims
  1. Herman Cohen (murder victim) [1,154] - different Herman
Convicted and Suspected Murderers
  1. Charles Edward Luard [1,155]
  2. Michael V. Townley [1,156]
Executed for Crimes
  1. Harry Dobkin [1,157]

Football Encyclopaedia[edit]

  1. Alcohol and Football [1,158]
  2. Amateur Football [1,159] - redirect to amateur sports?
  3. Black Footballers [1,160]
  4. Football Coaching [1,161]
  5. Corruption in Football [1,162]
  6. Crowd Trouble in Football [1,163]
  7. Football Disasters [1,164]
  8. Discipline and Punishment in Football [1,165]
  9. Early History of Football [1,166]
  10. Floodlit Football [1,167]
  11. Football Cigarette Cards [1,168]
  12. Football Deaths [1,169]
  13. Football Journalism [1,170]
  14. Football Rules [1,171] - redirect to football?
  15. Football in the Second World War [1,172]
  16. Football and Trade Unionism [1,173]
  17. Goalscorers [1,174]
  18. Health Risks in Football [1,175]
  19. International Football [1,176]
  20. Ladies Football Association [1,177]
  21. Football Munitionettes [1,178]
  22. Professional Football [1,179] can it be own article?
  23. Radio and Football [1,180]
  24. Railways and Football [1,181]
  25. Religion and Football [1,182]
  26. Schoolboy Football [1,183]
  27. Scottish Players in England [1,184]
  28. Football Stadiums [1,185]
  29. Tactics and Formation [1,186]
  30. Television and Football [1,187]
  31. Tobacco and Football [1,188]
  32. Transfer System [1,189]
  33. Football Wages [1,190]
  34. Women and Football [1,191]
History of Football Clubs
  1. History of Blackburn Olympic F.C. [1,192]
  2. History of the British Ladies' Football Club [1,193]
  3. History of Burnley F.C. [1,194]
  4. History of Dick, Kerr's Ladies F.C. [1,195]
  5. History of Wanderers F.C. [1,196]
  6. History of Old Carthusians F.C. [1,197]
  7. History of Old Etonians F.C. [1,198]
  8. History of Old Harrovians F.C. [1,199]
  9. History of Oxford University F.C. [1,200]
  10. History of Royal Engineers F.C. [1,201]
  11. History of Thames Ironworks F.C. [1,202]
  12. History of Newton Heath F.C. [1,203]
Biographies of Footballers
Arsenal F.C.
  1. Humphrey Babour [1,204]
  2. Bobby Buist [1,205]
  3. J. M. Charteris [1,206]
  4. Denis Compton (footballer) [1,207]
  5. Peter Connolly (footballer) [1,208]
  6. Harold Crawford (footballer) [1,209] - dab, not done?
  7. Richard Horsington [1,210]
  8. James Maxwell (footballer born 1880) [1,211] - dab, double check?
  9. John McBean [1,212]
  10. Andy Neil [1,213]
  11. Henry Norris (footballer) [1,214] - dab, not coverec
  12. William Scott (Woolwich Arsenal footballer) [1,215]
Aston Villa
  1. Eli Davis [1,216]
  2. Richmond Davis [1,217]
Blackburn Rovers
  1. Lawrence Cotton [1,218]
  2. Jamie Haydock [1,219]
  3. Harry Healless [1,220]
  4. Arnie Whittaker [1,221]
  5. Adam Ogilvie [1,222]
  6. Alf Robinson [1,223]
  7. Joseph Walmsley [1,224]
  8. Walter Anthony (footballer) [1,225]
  9. Joseph Lofthouse (footballer) [1,226]
  10. Joe Sowerbutts (footballer) [1,227]
Bolton F.C.
  1. John Atkinson [1,228] Jack
  2. William Butler (English footballer) [1,229] (Billy) - dab, covered?
  3. Jack Hurst [1,230]
  4. William Ithell [1,231]
  5. James Lawrence (Scottish footballer) [1,232] - different
  6. Walter Sidebottom [1,233]
  7. James Turner (footballer) [1,234] - dab, not covered?
Glasgow Celtic
  1. Salim Bachi Khan [1,235]
Chelsea F.C.
  1. Billy Mitchell (footballer) [1,236]
  2. William Steer [1,237]
Everton F.C.
  1. Alec Dick (footballer) [1,238]
  2. John Edward Jones (footballer) [1,239]
Fulham F.C.
  1. Hassan Hegazi [1,240]
Liverpool F.C.
  1. John Houlding (footballer) [1,241]
Middlesbrough F.C.
  1. Thomas Gibson Poole [1,242]
Newcastle United
  1. Tommy Walker (footballer born 1964) [1,243] - not Newcastle though
Oldham F.C.
  1. Billy Cook (footballer born 1882) [1,244] - dab, double check?
Preston North End F.C.
  1. George Bargh [1,245]
  2. Frank Beresford (footballer) [1,246]
  3. George Fitton [1,247]
  4. Frank Gallimore [1,248]
  5. Leonard Gallimore [1,249]
  6. William Gerrish (footballer) [1,250]
  7. John Gordon (footballer born 1863) [1,251] - dab, double check?
  8. Robert Howarth (footballer) [1,252]
  9. Lincoln Hyde [1,253]
  10. William Luke (footballer) [1,254]
  11. Francis O'Donnell [1,255]
  12. John Palethorpe [1,256]
  13. John Pears [1,257]
  14. Albert Quantrill [1,258]
  15. Norman Robson (footballer) [1,259]
  16. William John Scott (footballer) [1,260]
  17. Les Vernon (footballer) [1,261]
  18. Rowland Woodhouse [1,262]
West Ham United F.C. (1895-1910)
  1. William Biggar (footballer) [1,263]
  2. Tommy Caldwell (footballer) [1,264]
  3. William Chamberlain (footballer) [1,265] - dab not covered
  4. David Clark (footballer) [1,266] - dab not covered
  5. Charles Craig (footballer) [1,267] - dab not covered
  6. Arthur Featherstone [1,268]
  7. Thomas Freeman (footballer) [1,269]
  8. Billy Grassan [1,270]
  9. Alfred Harwood [1,271]
  10. Arnold Hills (footballer) [1,272]
  11. Albert Kaye [1,273]
  12. William Kennedy (footballer) [1,274] - dab not covered
  13. Thomas Lee (footballer) [1,275] - dab not covered?
  14. Ken McKay [1,276]
  15. Peter McManus (footballer) [1,277]
  16. Fred Mercer [1,278]
  17. George Neil [1,279]
  18. Walter Parks (footballer) [1,280]
  19. Tom Robinson (footballer) [1,281]
  20. Charlie Simmons [1,282]
  21. Arthur Stallard [1,283]
  22. Lionel Watson [1,284]
  23. Arthur Winterhalder [1,285]
  24. Bill Wildman [1,286]
West Ham United F.C. (1910-1939)
  1. Dan Bailey (footballer) [1,287]
  2. Jack Casey (footballer) [1,288]
  3. Jimmy Collins (footballer) [1,289] all done except James Collins (footballer, born 1872)
  4. George Speak [1,290]
  5. Tom Lonsdale (footballer) [1,291]
  6. John Morton (footballer) [1,292]
  7. Norman Proctor [1,293]
  8. Vic Glover [1,294]
  9. Tommy Hodgson [1,295]
Wolverhampton Wanderers
  1. Don Bilton [1,296]
  2. Stanley Cullis [1,297]
  3. William Parker (footballer) [1,298] - dab not covered
  4. Eric Robinson (footballer) [1,299] - dab not covered
  5. Joe Rooney (footballer) [1,300]
  6. Jimmy Utterson [1,301]
Women's Football
  1. Daisy Clayton [1,302]
  2. Alfred Frankland [1,303]
  3. Florrie Haslam [1,304]
  4. Jennie Harris [1,305]
  5. Alice Kell [1,306]
  6. Carmen Pomies [1,307]
  7. Florrie Redford [1,308]
  8. Molly Walker (footballer) [1,309]
  9. Jessie Walmsley [1,310]
  10. Alice Woods [1,311]
Football Star Players
  1. History of Women's Football [1,312]
Administrators and Managers
  1. Anna Connell [1,313]
  2. Arthur Constantine [1,314]
  3. Sidney Yates (football) [1,315]
Football Cigarette Cards
  1. Ardath Football Cigarette Cards [1,316]
  2. Carreras Football Cigarette Cards [1,317]
  3. Churchman Football Cigarette Cards [1,318]
  4. Cohen & Weenen Football Cigarette Cards [1,319]
  5. Ogden's Football Cigarette Cards [1,320]
  6. Godfrey Phillips Football Cigarette Cards [1,321]
  7. John Player and Sons Football Cigarette Cards [1,322]
  8. Singleton & Cole Football Cigarette Cards [1,323]
  9. James Taddy Football Cigarette Cards [1,324]
Journalists and Cartoonists
  1. James A. Catton [1,325]
  2. Alfred Gibson (journalist) [1,326]

The Roman World[edit]

  1. Public Health in Ancient Rome [1,327]
  2. Publishing in the Roman Empire [1,328]

Spanish Civil War[edit]

Main Events and Issues
  1. Overview of Spanish Civil War [1,329]
  2. Spanish Civil War Casualties [1,330]
Military Organizations
  1. Anarchist Brigades [1,331]
  2. Dajakovich Battalion [1,332]
Biographies
Spanish
  1. Jose Aranguren [1,333]
  2. José Asensio [1,334]
  3. Enrique Delgado Castro [1,335]
  4. Angel Galarza [1,336]
Biographies
Foreign Participants & Observers
  1. Hans Amlie [1,337]
  2. Joe Garber [1,338]
  3. Walter Grant (Spanish Civil War) [1,339] - not same person
  4. Annie Murray [1,340]
  5. Tom Murray (communist) [1,341] - dab, not covered
  6. Penny Phelps [1,342]
  7. Mildred Rackley [1,343]
  8. Lillian Urmston [1,344]
  9. Paul White (Spanish Civil War) [1,345] - dab, not covered
  10. Sam Wild [1,346]
Individual Countries and the Spanish Civil War
  1. Canada in the Spanish Civil War [1,347]
  2. Britain in the Spanish Civil War [1,348]
  3. Italy in the Spanish Civil War [1,349]
  4. Portugal in the Spanish Civil War [1,350]
  5. Soviet Union in the Spanish Civil War [1,351]
  6. France in the Spanish Civil War [1,352]
  7. Sweden in the Spanish Civil War [1,353]
  8. United States in the Spanish Civil War [1,354]

Travel guide[edit]

Sicily
  1. Casale Morgantina [1,355]
Holidays for Children
  1. Paris for Children [1,356]
  2. Guernsey for Children [1,357]
  3. Jersey for Children [1,358]
British Hotels
  1. Norburton Hall (Burton Bradstock) [1,359]
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