World History/Standards

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The Wikibooks world history page has five standards:

1. Truth and Importance: All facts must be true: importance, though constantly strived for, is subjective and must be continually updated.

2. Articles: Books must have at least three articles.

3. Accuracy: Amateur historians have led many of the revolutions in historical knowledge.

4. Inclusiveness: No history would be complete without the highest possible level of inclusiveness.

5. Culture: History is not just names, dates and wars. Any culture must contain certain amounts of artifacts and foods.