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This is a stored list of entries which have been removed from List of articles all languages should have (aside from vandalism and especially clear-cut and quick removals), either temporarily (pending justification for their addition) or permanently (following clear and undisputed justification for their removal).

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Contents

Biography[edit]

Actors, dancers and models[edit]

  1. Humphrey Bogart
  2. Clara Bow
  3. Joan Crawford
  4. James Dean
  5. Douglas Fairbanks
  6. Greta Garbo
  7. Jean Harlow
  8. Carole Lombard
  9. Monty Python
    1. Graham Chapman
    2. John Cleese
    3. Terry Gilliam
    4. Eric Idle
    5. Terry Jones
    6. Michael Palin
  10. Jack Pickford
  11. Norma Shearer
  12. Gloria Swanson

Artists and architects[edit]

  1. Walter Gropius
  2. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
  3. J. M. W. Turner
  4. Pei, I. M.
  5. Donatello

Authors, playwrights and poets[edit]

  1. Edna St. Vincent Millay
  2. George Orwell
  3. Sylvia Plath
  4. Jean Racine
  5. Carl Sandburg
  6. Oscar Wilde
  7. Mary Wollstonecraft
  8. Omar Khayyam
  9. Horace
  10. Sappho
  11. Henrik Ibsen
  12. Saramago, José

Composers and musicians[edit]

  1. ABBA
  2. Aerosmith
  3. Hector Berlioz
  4. Anton Bruckner
  5. Buddy Holly
  6. Edith Piaf
  7. Pink Floyd
  8. The Rolling Stones
  9. Robert Schumann
  10. Bedřich Smetana

Explorers and travelers[edit]

  1. John Cabot
  2. Amelia Earhart
  3. Erik the Red
  4. Hannu
  5. Walter Raleigh
  6. Zhang Qian
  7. Alexander von Humboldt

Film directors and screenwriters[edit]

  1. Woody Allen
  2. Dorothy Arzner
  3. Michael Curtiz
  4. Cecil B. DeMille
  5. John Ford
  6. D. W. Griffith
  7. Howard Hawks
  8. Stanley Kubrick
  9. Mitchell Leisen
  10. George Lucas
  11. Jean Renoir

Inventors, scientists and mathematicians[edit]

  1. Fibonacci
  2. Joseph Fourier
  3. Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky
  4. Blaise Pascal
  5. Tycho Brahe

Philosophers and social scientists[edit]

  1. Francis Bacon
  2. Herodotus
  3. Isaiah Berlin
  4. Diogenes of Sinope
  5. Friedrich Engels
  6. Thomas Hobbes
  7. David Hume
  8. John Stuart Mill
  9. Montesquieu
  10. Bertrand Russell
  11. Zeno of Citium
  12. Zeno of Elea
  13. Bruno, Giordano
  14. Sun Tzu

Political leaders[edit]

  1. Gro Harlem Brundtland
  2. Catherine de' Medici
  3. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
  4. Cicero
  5. Cixi, Empress Dowager
  6. Benjamin Franklin
  7. Hugh Capet of France
  8. Hirohito
  9. Ka'ahumanu
  10. Liliʻuokalani
  11. Marie Antoinette
  12. Christian Michelsen
  13. Benito Mussolini
  14. Fridtjof Nansen
  15. Obama, Barack
  16. Philip II of Spain
  17. Richard I of England
  18. Haile Selassie
  19. Manmohan Singh
  20. Tutankhamun
  21. Victoria of the United Kingdom
  22. William I of England

Religious figures and theologians[edit]

  1. Mother Teresa

Revolutionaries and activists[edit]

(this section is not in the current structure)

  1. Emmeline Pankhurst
  2. Goldman, Emma
  3. Keller, Helen
  4. Nightingale, Florence

Philosophy and psychology[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

  1. Epistemology
  2. Integral theory
  3. Chinese philosophy
  4. Indian philosophy

Psychology[edit]

Religion[edit]

World view and religion[edit]

  1. Mysticism
  2. Spirituality
  3. Mythical creatures
    1. Dragon
  4. God (male deity)
  5. Goddess
  6. Gods
  7. Guru Granth Sahib
  8. Hadith
  9. Jehovah
  10. Jehovah's Witnesses
  11. Paganism
  12. Religious philosophies
    1. Theism
      1. Monotheism
      2. Panentheism
      3. Pantheism
      4. Polytheism
    2. Universalism
  13. Spirits
  14. Synagogue
  15. Tao Te Ching
  16. Ten gurus
  17. With necessary mentions of non-religiousness

Social sciences[edit]

  1. Ethnic groups
  2. Organization
  3. Pedagogy
  4. Publishing

Family and relationships[edit]

Politics[edit]

  1. Anarchy
  2. Antiglobalization
  3. Executive
  4. Judiciary
  5. Legislature
  6. Libertarianism
  7. Nation-state
  8. Social Democracy
  9. Social movement

Business and economics[edit]

  1. Personal finance

Law[edit]

International organizations[edit]

  1. European Convention on Human Rights
  2. European Court of Human Rights
  3. World Economic Forum
  4. World Social Forum

War and military[edit]

  1. Air force

Social issues[edit]

  1. Environment
  2. Equality
  3. Mass media
  4. Personal life

Language and literature[edit]

  1. Classical Greek language
  2. The Divine Comedy
  3. Harry Potter (novel) series
    1. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  4. Hebrew alphabet
  5. Indonesian language
  6. Italian language
  7. Letter
  8. Modern Greek language
  9. Noun
  10. The Prince
  11. Ramayana
  12. Standard Mandarin
  13. Tamil
  14. Verb
  15. Vulgar Latin

Science[edit]

Astronomy[edit]

  1. Outer space

Biology[edit]

  1. Fetus

Biological processes[edit]

  1. Respiration
  2. Sexuality

Anatomy[edit]

  1. Ankle
  2. Arm
  3. Elbow
  4. Female reproductive system (human)
  5. Finger
  6. Foot
  7. Hand
  8. Head
  9. Intestine
  10. Leg
  11. Male reproductive system (human)
  12. Mouth
  13. Palm
  14. Placenta
  15. Skin
  16. Spleen
  17. Stomach
  18. Thumb
  19. Toe
  20. Wrist

Health and medicine[edit]

  1. Antibiotic
  2. Deafness
  3. Infectious disease
  4. Leprosy
  5. Medication
  6. Surgery
  7. Vaccination

Organisms[edit]

  1. Monkey
  2. Orange
  3. Pig

Chemistry[edit]

  1. Alkali
  2. Chalk
  3. Chemical reaction
  4. Compound
  5. pH
  6. Sodium chloride
  7. Helium
  8. Neon
  9. Zinc

Earth science[edit]

  1. Drought
  2. El Niño
  3. Granite
  4. Hail
  5. Hurricane
  6. La Niña
  7. Sandstone
  8. Volcano eruption

Physics[edit]

  1. Atomic theory
  2. Classical mechanics
  3. Heat
  4. Length
  5. Light
  6. Magnetism
  7. Newton's laws of motion
  8. Nuclear meltdown
  9. Optics
  10. Particle physics
  11. Photon
  12. Physical science
  13. Quantum theory
  14. Strong nuclear force
  15. Theory of relativity
  16. Thermodynamics
  17. Weak nuclear force

Measurement and units[edit]

  1. Kelvin
  2. Newton (unit)
  3. Volt

Timekeeping[edit]

  1. Century
  2. Month
  3. Week

Foodstuffs[edit]

Beverages[edit]

  1. Coca Cola

Mathematics[edit]

  1. Axiom
  2. Circle
  3. Group theory
  4. Heuristics
  5. Integer
  6. Logarithm
  7. Natural theory
  8. Rational number
  9. Square
  10. Triangle
  11. Trigonometry

Technology[edit]

Communication[edit]

Electronics[edit]

Computers and Internet[edit]

Energy and fuels[edit]

  1. Nuclear technology

Materials[edit]

Transportation[edit]

  1. Airplane
  2. Car
  3. Fixed-wing aircraft
  4. Sail

Weapons[edit]

  1. Longbow

Arts and recreation[edit]

  1. Arts
  2. Museums
  3. Popular culture

Architecture and civil engineering[edit]

  1. Seven Wonders of the World

Film, radio and television[edit]

  1. Festival de Cannes
  2. Film: Evolution
  3. Film: History
  4. Film: Studio era
  5. Film: Transition from silent film to sound

Music[edit]

  1. Gospel music
  2. Rhythm and Blues
  3. Romantic music

Recreation[edit]

  1. Checkers
  2. Crafts
  3. Dice
  4. Fencing
  5. Hobbies
  6. Ice Hockey
  7. Paralympics
  8. Park
  9. Rugby union
  10. Swimming

History and geography[edit]

History[edit]

  1. Historiography

Prehistory and ancient world[edit]

  1. Roman Empire

Middle Ages and Early Modern[edit]

  1. Dark Ages

Modern[edit]

  1. Thirty Years' War
  2. Korean War

History of specific regions[edit]

(this section is not in the current structure)

  1. History of Africa
  2. History of the Americas
    1. Colonization of North-east America
    2. Colonization of South America
    3. Discovery of the Americas
  3. History of Asia
    1. History of China
      1. Chinese Civil War
    2. History of India
      1. British Raj
      2. Indian Independence Movement
      3. Islamic rule of India
      4. Mughal Empire
      5. Partition of India
      6. Shishunaga Dynasty
    3. History of Japan
    4. History of Russia
      1. February Revolution
      2. Imperial Russia
      3. Iron Curtain
      4. October Revolution
      5. Perestroika
      6. Warsaw Pact
  4. History of Europe
    1. Italian unification
  5. a thorough history of all countries where the language of the particular Wikipedia is spoken as a native language

History of specific topics[edit]

(this section is not in the current structure)

  1. History of religions
    1. History of Buddhism
    2. History of Christianity
    3. History of Hinduism
    4. History of Islam
    5. History of Judaism
    6. History of Sikhism
  2. Outer space exploration
    1. Laika
    2. Project Apollo
    3. Space Shuttle program
    4. Space Race
    5. Sputnik

Geography[edit]

  1. Capital city
  2. Landform
  3. Lapland
  4. Thebes

Continents and major regions[edit]

Countries[edit]

  1. Greece
  2. United Arab Emirates

Cities[edit]

  1. Babylon
  2. Bangalore
  3. Belfast
  4. Bogotá
  5. Buenos Aires
  6. Chicago, Illinois
  7. Constantinople
  8. Dhaka
  9. Galway
  10. Hong Kong
  11. Karachi
  12. Kinshasa
  13. Kolkata
  14. Lagos
  15. Lima
  16. Osaka
  17. Sparta
  18. São Paulo
  19. Tehran
  20. Tenochtitlan
  21. Tianjin

Bodies of water[edit]

  1. Dead Sea

Mountains and deserts[edit]

Culture[edit]

(this section is not in current structure)

  1. Pet
  2. Reference
  3. Humanities