The following is a listing of articles (and other types of content) within the scope of the project that have been noted for their outstanding quality. Project members are encouraged to peruse these at their leisure, as they serve as excellent examples of different writing and organizational styles that one may wish to emulate.
Please note that the project does not necessarily claim authorship or credit for creating these. While many were written by members—sometimes with extensive input from the project as a whole—others were created by uninvolved editors, or predate the existence of the project itself, and are listed here merely because they fall within our scope.
Hendrik Merkus, Baron de Kock, Lieutenant-Governor of the Dutch East Indies, best known for his actions in the Java War, which included arresting Prince Diponegoro, the leader of the rebellion, when Diponegoro had been invited to negotiate under a flag of truce.
$1 Hawaii overprint note from World War II, meant to identify Hawaiian currency in the case of a successful Japanese invasion of said state, so that it could be declared worthless.
$5 Hawaii overprint note
$10 Hawaii overprint note
$20 Hawaii overprint note
$1 banknote from the North Africa series, from World War II. The yellow markings serve a similar purpose to the markings on the Hawaii overprint notes, letting them be declared worthless should large amounts be captured by Axis forces.
The USS Bunker Hill hit by kamikazes during the Battle of Okinawa
USS Essex (CV-9) in heavy seas, 1960
USS Iowa firing a full broadside
USS New Jersey, 1918
USS Oregon in dry dock, September 1898
USS Pennsylvania entering Lingayen Gulf
USS Shaw exploding at Pearl Harbor
USS Texas c. 1898
USS West Virginia (BB-48)
Soviet frigate "Bezzavetniy" intentionally collids with USS Yorktown (CG-48)
American M8 tank in Paris, August 1944
Schematic diagram of a V-2 rocket design
A boy killed and set on fire by a V-2 rocket attack in Belgium on November 27, 1944
Vice Admiral John Duncan Bulkeley of the United States Navy
Vaxholm Fortress was once an incredibly important part of Stockholm, Sweden's defenses. However, by the 19th century if had become so militarily useless that, according to our article on it, "the great Prussian Field Marshal Von Moltke was only ever seen to smile twice. Once when they told him his mother-in-law was dead and again when he saw Vaxholm Fortress."
A-Class articles, while not as rigorously reviewed as featured articles, are nevertheless considered to provide a well-written and complete treatment of the topic; they pass through a review process within the project before being selected. Currently, there are 530 A-Class articles within the scope of the project.
A-Class lists, while not as rigorously reviewed as featured lists, are nevertheless considered to provide a well-written and complete treatment of the topic; they pass through a review process within the project before being selected. Currently, there are 27 A-Class lists within the scope of the project.
Good articles are articles which are considered to be of good quality but which are not yet, or are unlikely to reach, featured article quality; they must pass through a review process as good article nominations before being selected. Currently, there are 3,702 good articles within the scope of the project.