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Wikipedia's frontiers Edit

The other way around

Back in 2006 R.I.P. Aaron Swartz, a fellow Wikipedian, attempted to challenge the results of research presented by Jimbo Wales at Stanford – part of his standard talk. Wales revealed that over 50 per cent of the total number of edits in Wikipedia were made by the shocking 0.7% of users; while 73.4 per cent of all contributions, came from just 2% of them ... 1,400 people in all. The remaining edits came from "people who [were] contributing … a minor change of a fact or a minor spelling fix."[1] Skeptical yet curious, Swartz asked himself: "So did the Gang of 500 actually write Wikipedia?" He performed his own quantitative research, analyzing not the number of edits (pride and joy of long-established users); but rather, the actual letters per individual volunteer added into the current body of selected articles amounting to their actual content value.[1] The results were even more shocking. Study by Swartz has shown that, while the "insiders account for the vast majority of the edits," it was the occasional contributors who provided nearly all of the content value there.[2] Swartz has alluded to the possibility that "newbie masses" may be the real life-blood of Wikipedia, not the "experts".

Some time earlier Larry Sanger suggested that Wikipedia should stick to its core group of hard working insiders.[3][4][5] Swartz proclaimed exactly the opposite: "Wikipedians must jettison their elitism" and embrace the newbie masses with respect. He quoted Seth Anthony confirming his revelations. "The average content-adder – as Anthony commented – has less than 200 edits: much less, in many cases."[3]

So did the newbie masses actually write Wikipedia? The fact is ... we're not supposed to know who the logged-in content-adders are. We can only speculate about their motives as if they were actual flesh and blood ... which they aren't. For once, the level of intellectual aggression in Wikipedia due to the presence of anonymity is exceedingly high. Some of the most common and most disturbing forms of behaviour include angry, vengeful, overstimulated reactions to criticism, assaultive language and poor impulse control; good enough reasons to be wary. The attempts to prohibit trolling failed at the onset of Wikipedia likely because in an Internet world trolling is good for traffic, and traffic is the real life-blood of Wikipedia.

Wikipedia size & users (live)
English articles: 5,877,985
Average revisions: 18.7
Total wiki pages: 48,004,327
Total admins: 1,161
Total active users: 126,898
Total accounts created: 36,567,586
UTC time: 21:38 on 2019-Jun-19

The standard method of functioning; the Modus operandi of many entrenched "regulars" hasn't changed in years ... it has actually gotten worse. The utopian ideals of Wikipedia community constructed early on through options for instantaneous change, inadvertently solidified binary assumptions as well as the preexisting stereotypes, and – at the present time – often aggravate a combat mentality. By 2009 already, active accounts began to turn dormant by about 20,000 a month.[6] In real life – wrote Danah Boyd then of MIT Media Lab – individual people constantly manipulate their own identities in order to perform functions incompatible by nature. They assume a party-time persona or the workplace persona or others, without being ‘inaccurate’ about their own true selves. "It is not uncommon for individuals to have multiple email addresses or phone numbers as a way of controlling access to them. Most people are not interested in consolidating all of their physical or virtual identities into one."[7] In Wikipedia ... such behaviour is considered unacceptable.

The success of Wikipedia affects the mind with a sense of overwhelming grandeur. We are on the forefront of today's hottest web-based technologies. In his 2009 book The Wikipedia Revolution, Andrew Lih compared Wikipedia to an insect colony – commanded by stigmergy – built not by the will of anybody in particular and certainly not by consensus; but, by the participative instincts of humanity fuelled by Wikipedia's unlimited "undo's" coupled with article-histories revealing all "diffs" forever. Identifying the various types of database-providers cannot be reduced to simple dichotomies. Yet, the increasingly outdated policy/guidelines keep reducing all nuances of comparison into goodthink and crimethink, good old "insiders" and the evil-doers trying to stick it to the man.[8] The multiple personalities of an online identity constitute one of the more remarkable shifts in online social norms.[7] Wikipedia’s mopping crew has very few tools (and even fewer adequate ones) to address this phenomenon. Even though our sockpuppet policy permits the use of multiple accounts for various reasons; in practice, contributors are routinely penalized with no allegations of disruption.[9] Free to vanish entirely, they are prohibited from trying to evade those who have harassed and smeared them in the past. No wonder, the number of registered accounts exceeds the number of active users at a ratio of 130 to 1 (insert). It is a symptom of an illness of anxiety almost impossible to compare with other similar projects.

Reprinted by Wikipediocracy by permission from the author, as The other way around June 5, 2013. Thank you!

Instead of an introductionEdit

ince the spring of 2006 I've written a number of articles for Wikipedia (see below) getting the chance to find out what would happen to them and also, how articles I contributed to were treated. I made a few conclusions, most of them negative. During the summer of 2007 I expanded the article on Kraków (my birthplace), with one hundred citations and two dozen new "daughter" articles (eight featured as DYKs). I nominated it for a Featured Article, as part of a concentrated effort to promote the City. However, the hostility exhibited by – get this – Polish and other European reviewers with issues of self-importance was almost vitriolic. Users who were familiar with Kraków gave vent to unreasonable demands inspired by their overexposure to the subject while deliberately disregarding accepted standards of good writing. Moreover, the subsequent deterioration of the article was so rapid, that I was forced to wash my hands of it altogether. I decided, enough was enough. I firmly believe in the conclusions drawn from a one-time experience without the need for being repetitive about it.

There are similarities between the methodological framework of Wikipedia and that of an earlier chat-room craze from several years ago. Both "open source formats" rely entirely on input from users who are hidden from scrutiny and whose participation is moderated by admins empowered with the ability to block them. The question is whether this portal can ever live up to its premise, with such high level of hostility aimed at the exceedingly small group of writers supplying actual "content value".[10]

The most damning part of open source format is that, by design, our goal-oriented community is forced to accept otherwise unacceptable revisionist viewpoints providing that they're verifiable. Partisan groups turn to Wikipedia to endorse their prejudices. Content disputes escalate. The socio-political coverage of countries, where adults do not easily access English Wikipedia, is left to young fanatics who perpetuate chauvinism. Controversial subjects are despoiled with opinionated agendas imposed by self-appointed wardens in contempt of policy guidelines. Scholarly literature is replaced with biased propaganda. Google books are intentionally obfuscated to avoid politically inconvenient facts. Many controversial articles contradict the opinions expressed in leading encyclopedias and quieten the viewpoints of rational thinkers. – Their quasi stability is maintained with one-liners, signed by the same unrelenting monikers. The worst disruptors cause disciplinary sanctions against the not-so-calm voices of reason who oppose them. It is particularly heart-rending to observe European cities being battered by geopolitical irredentism, notable persons claimed and reclaimed, and the overwhelming majority of articles about the history of conflict inciting even more hatred. All this is done in the name of equality among anonymous editors some of whom would've never been allowed to contribute anything anywhere else outside of here. By the way, users with confrontational viewpoints are far more resilient than those editors who take interest in developing content. They get entertained by adverse reactions to their partisanship, and thrive on real-time Internet game playing with the peculiar quasi-encyclopedic twist.

The result is such that the interested parties are unable to withdraw without the sense of failure given that some countries and societies are under attack continuously. The illusion of the actual encyclopedia is the reason why concerned editors are forced to guard some articles permanently. Incidentally this is also why participating in the development of Wikipedia seems so addictive. There's the need to constantly guard ones own good name and check on every single edit related to it, from minute to minute.

There are corners of Wikipedia Main Space unbeknownst to the community of experienced editors physically unable to control the millions of constantly revised articles. Lower traffic entries stay vandalized for months. The quality of writing, away from public scrutiny is often atrocious, and the knowledge of formatting nonexistent. In the last few years Wikipedia has largely replaced the free webpage builders such as Geocities, Tripod and Angelfire; with editing access far more relaxed. Obscure articles are a travesty of special interest web tributes, which (in the old days at least) used to be fitted with Java applets for the uninformed. Some of these articles are so bad, that it is better to ignore them and turn away.

There is a positive side to Wikipedia as well. Even though vandalism, ignorance and bad faith edits resemble doodling in elementary-level textbooks, users who cause damage intentionally or otherwise, have to read what they change, and so they learn more, even if only by proxy. School children turn to Wikipedia in overwhelming numbers lured by search engine algorithms and self-empowering secrecy surrounding their age and aptitude. Students who choose to contribute, get a chance to work on improving their cognitive skills, regardless of the condition of affected articles.[11]


  1. ^ a b Aaron Swartz (September 4, 2006). "Who Writes Wikipedia?". Raw Thought. Retrieved March 8, 2012.
  2. ^ Aaron Swartz (September 5, 2006). "False Outliers". Raw Thought. Retrieved March 8, 2012.
  3. ^ a b Aaron Swartz. "Who Writes Wikipedia? — Responses". Raw Thought. Retrieved March 8, 2012.
  4. ^ Jordan Frank (March 27, 2007). "Re-Emergent Collaboration? Wikipedia, the Sequel". Traction Software. Retrieved March 8, 2012. Larry Sanger, Citizendium initiative
  5. ^ Jordan Frank (September 25, 2006). "Best Practice and the Wikipedia Big Brain". Traction Software. Retrieved March 8, 2012. Andrew McAfee compares Wikipedia to an ant colony
  6. ^ Jack Schofield (2009). "Have you stopped editing Wikipedia? And if so, is it doomed?". Guardian News and Media. Retrieved March 13, 2012.
  7. ^ a b danah boyd, New York University (2001). "Sexing the Internet: Reflections on the Role of Identification in Online Communities" (PDF). Sociable Media. MIT Media Lab. Retrieved March 12, 2012. Presented at ‘Sexualities, Medias, Technologies,’ University of Surrey, 21-22 June 2001.
  8. ^ Eszter Hargittai, Northwestern University (2007). "Whose Space? Differences Among Users and Non-Users of Social Network Sites". Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(1), article 14. Retrieved March 12, 2012.
  9. ^ "Do you need anonymity over the internet?". Questions Opinions Debates. Retrieved March 9, 2012.
  10. ^ "An ongoing study by University of Minnesota researchers has revealed that only one-tenth of 1 percent of Wikipedia editors account for nearly half the content value of the free online encyclopedia, as measured by readership." Robyn White, Rhonda Zurn, Mark Cassutt, Report on Wikipedia Authorship and Vandalism, University of Minnesota , Minneapolis / St. Paul, November 5, 2007.
  11. ^ "The vast majority of Wikipedia contributors and editors are under the age of 25. Many of the administrators (senior editors) are in their teens. This has been established by a survey conducted in 2003 and in various recent interviews with Jimmy Wales." Sam Vaknin, Can Teenagers write an Encyclopedia?, September 26, 2007, by former United Press International Senior Business Correspondent.
    ^ "Search and Internet behavior data provide alarming insight into this powerful but volatile resource — alarming because one of the core groups of Wikipedia users are school children." Bill Tancer, Look Who's Using Wikipedia, Time Magazine in partnership with CNN, March 1, 2007, by general manager of global research at Hitwise.


  The Exceptional Newcomer Award
I award you, [Poeticbent], 'The Exceptional Newcomer Award'. The title says it all.
Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus | talk  15:50, 22 December 2006 (UTC)


         The Polish Barnstar of National Merit,
 2nd Class
In lieu of a Kraków-specific award, [Poeticbent], please accept The Polish Barnstar of National Merit, 2nd Class, for your outstanding and continued expansion of Poland-related articles in general, and Kraków-related articles in particular.
 Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus | talk  20:34, 21 April 2007 (UTC)


        The DYK Medal
Awarded to Poeticbent for meritorious contributions to Polish articles on Did you know...
(bananabucket) 08:49, 6 August 2007 (UTC)


       The Polish Barnstar of National Merit,
1st Class
I, Tymek (talk), as of 18:18, 4 January 2008 (UTC), am awarding you, Poeticbent, this Barnstar in appreciation of you excellent work. Keep up the good job!


       The Polish Barnstar of National Merit,
1st Class
I, Partisan1 (talk), as of 12:00, 3 March 2009 (UTC), am awarding you, Poeticbent, this Barnstar in appreciation of you excellent work. Keep up the good job!


  The Barnstar of Peace
In much appreciation of your spotting a War and attempting to bring about Peace today, you are, with much pleasure, awarded this Barnstar for your even-handedness and fairness! --Ludvikus (talk) 19:37, 12 May 2008 (UTC)


  The Christianity Barnstar
In praise of your excellent article on the life of Anna Borkowska. Ecoleetage (talk) 13:23, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
"Thank you for bringing her deeply moving and truly inspirational story to Wikipedia."


  The 25 DYK Medal
Congratulations on your steady stream of well-researched Polish-related articles, in which more than 25 have appeared on the Main Page. You have done the community of the DYK and Polish editors proud! Well done! - Cheers, Mailer Diablo 03:00, 27 October 2008 (UTC)


  The Purple Star
I, Piotrus, award Poeticbent this Purple Star, for wheathering many unjustified criticisms including mud-slinging during ArbCom, regular vandalism and slander of his real life persona as a notable Wikipedian.
Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| talk 20:33, 10 February 2009 (UTC)


  The 50 DYK Medal   
For all of your effort to accomplish 50 DYK articles, I hereby award you the 50 DYK Medal. Readers throughout the world have benefited from your generosity! Your efforts are appreciated. Royalbroil 04:39, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

I'm happy to see that I did the crediting on some of the articles that you worked on. Royalbroil 04:52, 18 June 2009 (UTC)


  For Good Works on Kraków related articles
For Good Works on Kraków related articles
Presented by SilkTork *YES! 12:39, 25 July 2009 (UTC)


From talk pages of alternate accounts


  The RickK Anti-Vandalism Barnstar
I, Mikhailov Kusserow, hereby award you The RickK Anti-Vandalism Barnstar for outstanding achievement in countering vandalism. — Mikhailov Kusserow (talk) 04:02, 3 May 2011 (UTC)


  The Real Life Barnstar
Thank you for organizing the Vancouver meetup! InverseHypercube 23:19, 20 October 2011 (UTC)


  Polish Barnstar of National Biography
For your outstanding efforts to build biographical articles on Polish people on wikipedia.♦ Dr. Blofeld 22:39, 30 December 2011 (UTC)



  The Purple Heart Barnstar
Za całokształt. (Polish: Covering the entirety) Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| talk to me 18:57, 6 February 2012 (UTC)


Thank you for your artistic and poetic way, covering Poland's history, culture and people, but also naming "a symptom of an illness of anxiety" with a clear view, --Gerda Arendt (talk) 09:28, 3 May 2012 (UTC)


  The 100 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
I believe you're past the big one-oh-oh! Congratulations! VolunteerMarek 02:46, 8 August 2012 (UTC)


  The Polish Barnstar of National Merit, 2nd Class
For your constant help with the Poland-related articles and issues, on behalf of Wikipedia:WikiProject Poland, I award you [Poeticbent] the Polish Barnstar of National Merit, 2nd class. Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 17:29, 23 August 2012 (UTC)
this WikiAward was given to Poeticbent by Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here on 17:29, 23 August 2012 (UTC)


  The Polish Barnstar of National Merit, 2nd Class

For your timely expansion of pasterka for today's XMAS eve, I award you yet another Polish Barnstar of National Merit. I would also like to attach my personal thanks for your continued presence, after all that we have endured over the years. Dziękuję!
Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 17:13, 24 December 2012 (UTC)

this WikiAward was given to Poeticbent by Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here on 17:13, 24 December 2012 (UTC)


  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
For your tireless contribution you deserve this barnstar! Best, Tito Dutta (talk) 21:55, 5 January 2013 (UTC)


  My India: The India Eternal Barnstar
Thanks a lot for your work on Khandana Bhava–Bandhana article. Without your help it was not possible to get the article on the main page. Firstly we aimed for Featured article, but that did not go well (...) I wrote few more articles but, anyhow I could not find way to have something related to Swami Vivekananda on the main page on 12 January 2012, so I almost gave up hope. Thanks a lot for your help, kindness and contribution which helped to have this article featured in Did you know section of 12 January 2013 Wikipedia main Page (archived copy of 12 January 2013's main page) !
-- Tito Dutta (talk) 02:01, 12 January 2013 (UTC)

Note: Barnstar's title is taken from a book of Swami Vivekananda.


  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring Treblinka extermination camp (estimated annual readership: 269,000) to Good Article status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers. -- Khazar2 (talk) 12:35, 24 October 2013 (UTC)


  The Human Rights Barnstar
For your work to bring Treblinka extermination camp to Good Article status through a long review process. Thanks so much for contributing on this important topic! -- Khazar2 (talk) 12:31, 24 October 2013 (UTC)


  The Writer's Barnstar
Nice job writing Franciszek Duszeńko and promoting it to the Main Page! Thank you [Poeticbent] for your recent contributions, too! Happy holidays, and make sure to pat someone on their back today. ComputerJA () 02:22, 8 December 2013 (UTC)


  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
I'd just like to commend you for your steady production of interesting, well-cited, and well-illustrated articles on Nazism and the Holocaust in Poland. Your hooky DYK nominations are exposing more readers to the atrocities, while building up the encyclopedia in a significant topic area. Keep up the great work! Yoninah (talk) 16:43, 14 September 2014 (UTC)


  The Civility Barnstar
In appreciation and respect for your consistent ability to remain civil even in the most egregious situations. Your level-headedness and predisposition towards thinking through both the content and discussion of content issues is invaluable to the project. Iryna Harpy (talk) 03:39, 15 March 2015 (UTC)


  I just stopped by to check you out after we both made edits to the same article. I ended up reading everything on your userpage. I'm amazed by your work and all the DYK's. Keep editing WP and be happy with your work! Accept this cheeseburger from me for all your efforts. —M@sssly 05:50, 5 June 2015 (UTC)


  The Barnstar of Diligence
For your scrutiny of content (WP:NPOV) and determination to get things right (WP:RS citing) for the betterment of Nazi Germany and World War II related articles I award you this barnstar. Cheers, Kierzek (talk) 03:14, 4 March 2016 (UTC)


  The 200 DYK Nomination Medal
Just two weeks short of celebrating a decade of contributions to the Wikipedia project I would like to recognise your contribution to the DYK project. 200 new or improved articles is a major achievement. Your contribution to military history is well noted and pulling out people like Frumka Płotnicka is an important donation to historical balance. Thanks from Wikipedia, the DYK project and me. Victuallers (talk) 17:18, 31 March 2016 (UTC)


  The Biography Barnstar
For your creation of Debbie Blair, she might be missing, but not forgotten, thanks in part to you. InsertCleverPhraseHere 04:28, 6 October 2016 (UTC)


  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
Welcome back :) Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 12:46, 11 August 2017 (UTC)

Selected articles created and written by me personally, non-stubsEdit

 This user has initiated and developed over 200 DYK articles on Wikipedia.

Most-viewed in the 8 hour time slotEdit

Article Image DYK views DYK hook
Zofia Posmysz   25,808 ... that Zofia Posmysz (pictured), Auschwitz inmate No. 7566, wrote an audio play on her memories, which became the basis for her 1962 novel Passenger, a 1963 film, and a 1968 opera?
Jadwiga Apostoł   19,429 ... that school teacher and conspirator Jadwiga Apostoł (pictured) survived three German camps, including Auschwitz, and was jailed in Stalinist Poland on trumped-up charges soon after her return?
Maria Bal   19,171 ... that baroness Maria Bal (Angel of Death, pictured) served as the live model for a series of symbolic portraits of women as well as nude studies and mythological beings by Jacek Malczewski?
Stanisława Leszczyńska   16,117 ... that Polish Catholic midwife Stanisława Leszczyńska (pictured) delivered 3,000 babies at the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust in occupied Poland?
Conversations with an Executioner   15,233 ... that the Conversations with an Executioner are between the man who destroyed the Warsaw Ghetto (pictured, left) and a fellow prisoner?
Siedlce Ghetto   11,919 ... that Cypora Zonszajn could not live without her closest family and returned to the Siedlce Ghetto to perish along with them (deportation pictured)?
Józef and Wiktoria Ulma   9,800 ... that the family of Józef and Wiktoria Ulma (pictured), Polish Righteous among the Nations from Markowa, was summarily executed for rescuing their Jewish countrymen during the Holocaust?
  List of Poeticbent's articles generated by X!'s tools on December 7, 2013

1.Kraków_Mydlniki 2.Franz_Heim 3.Gosfond 4.Edward_Kopówka 5.Franciszek_Duszeńko 6.Katyn_Commission 7.Ukrainian_Scientific_Institute 8.Theodor_van_Eupen 9.Max_Möller_(SS_officer) 10.Willi_Mentz 11.Josef_Hirtreiter 12.Paul_Bredow 13.Max_Möller 14.Alison_Stenning 15.Tadeusz_Wolsza 16.Książka_i_Wiedza 17.Anna_Poray 18.Terese_Pencak_Schwartz 19.Berek_Lajcher 20.Verbrennungskommando_Warschau 21.Maria_Trzcińska 22.Wolfgang_Scheffler_(historian) 23.Wolfgang_Scheffler 24.Franciszek_Ząbecki 25.Polish_People's_Party_"Nowe_Wyzwolenie" 26.Julian_Chorążycki 27.Hans_Hingst 28.Samuel_Willenberg 29.Ivanhorod 30.Ostindustrie 31.Szebnie_concentration_camp 32.Sobibór_Museum 33.Karl_Steubl 34.Karl_Streibel 35.Robert_Lévy 36.Schutzhaftlagerführer 37.Hans_Bothmann 38.Chełmno_Trials 39.Majdanek_State_Museum 40.Wilhelm_Gerstenmeier 41.Poniatowa_concentration_camp 42.Anton_Thernes 43.Majdanek_Trials 44.Anneliese_Kohlmann 45.Krystyna_Wróblewska 46.Inheritance_(2006_film) 47.Gertrud_Heise 48.Olga_Anstei 49.Polish_postmodernism 50.Ateneum_Theatre 51.Lev_Ozerov 52.Liudmila_Titova 53.Leonid_Pervomayskiy 54.Aert_van_den_Bossche 55.Kraków_Philharmonic_Orchestra 56.Jerzy_Katlewicz 57.Roland_Bader 58.Dorothy_Dorow 59.Jan_Tomasz_Adamus 60.Capella_Cracoviensis 61.Van_Pur 62.Ecoregions_in_Poland 63.Krkonose_/_Karkonosze 64.Gorce_Mountains 65.Czarnieckiego_Prison 66.Bishop's_Palace,_Kraków 67.Tomasz_Pryliński 68.Mikołaj_Zyblikiewicz 69.Gładyszów 70.Society_of_Polish_Artists_"Sztuka" 71.Maria_Bal 72.Garden_of_the_Righteous_Among_the_Nations 73.Montelupi 74.Haupttreuhandstelle_Ost 75.Emeryk_Hutten-Czapski 76.National_Museum,_Wrocław 77.Moral_conversion 78.Fałszywka 79.Leopold_Loeffler 80.Ostrężnik 81.Poprad_River_Gorge 82.Wincenty_Antonowicz 83.Richard_Tylman 84.Yertsevo 85.Władysław_Machejek 86.Jan_Nepomucen_Głowacki 87.Władysław_Łuszczkiewicz 88.Leopold_Pilichowski 89.Dagobert_Frey 90.Maurycy_Trębacz 91.Dorota_Krzysztofek 92.Deutscher_Volksverband 93.Molly_Castelloe 94.Union_of_Jewish_Religious_Communities_in_Poland 95.Dariusz_Stola 96.Płutowo 97.Battle_of_Grudziądz_(1659) 98.Ernst_Damzog 99.Polskie_Zoo 100.Olga_Lipińska 101.Kabaret_Olgi_Lipińskiej 102.Pod_Egidą 103.Polish_Federation_of_Engineering_Associations 104.Academy_of_Music_in_Łódź 105.Włodzimierz_Korcz 106.Rzeszów_University_of_Technology 107.University_of_Technology_and_Life_Sciences_in_Bydgoszcz 108.Stanisław_Kociołek 109.Zenon_Kliszko 110.Mayors_of_Kraków 111.ORMO 112.Kazimierz_Czachowski 113.Stanisław_Klimecki 114.Polish_Writers'_Union 115.Polenlager 116.Bruno_Müller 117.Fritz_Arlt 118.Eugen_Seim 119.Action_Saybusch 120.Jadwiga_Apostoł 121.Tadeusz_Popek 122.Augustyn_Suski 123.Tatra_Confederation 124.Ryczywół,_Masovian_Voivodeship 125.Leszek_Gondek 126.Annamaria_Orla-Bukowska 127.Robert_D._Cherry 128.Maurycy_Allerhand 129.Marian_Auerbach 130.Osnova 131.Districts_of_Białystok 132.Gazeta_Krakowska 133.Konstanty_Laszczka 134.Paweł_Machcewicz 135.Hermann_Schaper 136.Głos_–_Tygodnik_Nowohucki 137.Sromowce 138.Trzy_Korony 139.Peter_Stachura 140.Szczepan_Siekierka 141.Stanisław_Jasiński_and_Emilia_Słodkowska 142.Local_government_in_Kraków 143.Church_of_St._Casimir_the_Prince 144.Churches_of_Kraków 145.Opera_Krakowska 146.Józef_and_Wiktoria_Ulma 147.Hans_G._Furth 148.Grodno_Ghetto 149.Jan_and_Anna_Puchalski 150.Adam_Mickiewicz_Museum 151.Krystyna_Dańko 152.Antoni_Gawryłkiewicz 153.Marian_Massonius 154.Michał_Twaróg_of_Bystrzyków 155.Jan_of_Stobnica 156.Grzegorz_of_Stawiszyn 157.Jakub_of_Gostynin 158.John_of_Głogów 159.Beuthen_Jewish_Community 160.Ludowy_Theatre 161.Polish_Society_of_War_Veterans 162.Józef_Turowski 163.Gloria_Kossak 164.Tadeusz_Kossak 165.Barbara_Tuge-Erecińska 166.Polish_American_Museum 167.Suzanne_Strempek_Shea 168.Lithuanian_partisans_(disambiguation) 169.Teodor_Rygier 170.Cyprian_Godebski_(sculptor) 171.Jerzy_and_Irena_Krępeć 172.Ewa_Siemaszko 173.Wolf_Popper_Synagogue 174.Tadeusz_Kościuszko_Monument,_Kraków 175.Stanisław_Jastrzębski_(writer) 176.Margaret_Maye 177.Alfreda_and_Bolesław_Pietraszek 178.Vselyub 179.Pańska_Dolina 180.Miežionys 181.Mateikonys 182.Holosko 183.Budki_Borovskiye 184.Kysorychi 185.Belazariškiai 186.Stara_Huta,_Volyn_Oblast 187.Hucisko_Oleskie 188.Bortnytsia 189.Netreba 190.Adamy 191.Dovhyi_Voinyliv 192.Kurdybań_Warkowicki 193.Żeniówka 194.Svynaryn 195.Franciszek_and_Magdalena_Banasiewicz 196.Jerzy_and_Eugenia_Latoszyński 197.Grossaktion_Warsaw_(1942) 198.Synagogues_of_Kraków 199.Andrzej_Garbuliński 200.Irena_Adamowicz 201.Ferdynand_Arczyński 202.Stefan_Jagodziński 203.Wacław_Iwaniuk 204.Royal_Road,_Kraków 205.Podgórski_sisters 206.Maria_Kotarba 207.Szczepan_Bradło 208.Julian_Grobelny 209.Royal_Route 210.Stutthof_Trial 211.Blessed_Bronisława_Chapel 212.Kiev_pogrom 213.Stefan_Staszewski 214.Roman_Werfel 215.Teresa_Torańska 216.Members_of_Polish_Sejm_elected_from_Kraków_constituency 217.Kościuszko_Mound 218.Park_Krakowski 219.Kraków-Częstochowa_Upland 220.Jordan_Park 221.Swoszowice 222.Bieńczyce 223.Grzegórzki 224.Pontifical_University_of_John_Paul_II 225.Ludwik_Solski_Academy_for_the_Dramatic_Arts 226.Agricultural_University_of_Cracow 227.Pedagogical_University_of_Cracow 228.Stanisław_Rehman 229.Kiev_Pogroms_(1919) 230.Kiev_Pogrom_(1905) 231.Rudawa_(river) 232.Henryk_Jordan 233.Hans_Beham 234.Jan_Haller 235.Piotr_Wysz_Radoliński 236.St._Adalbert's_Church 237.Church_of_St._Adalbert,_Kraków 238.Ami_66 239.Krzysztof_Gliszczyński 240.Collegium_Novum 241.Lucjan_Dobroszycki 242.Julian_Kwiek 243.Kupa_Synagogue 244.Dariusz_Libionka 245.Jolanta_Antas 246.Augustów_Canal 247.Niedzica_Castle 248.Niedzica 249.Krościenko 250.Dunajec_River_Gorge 251.St._Florian's_Church 252.Krzysztofory_Palace 253.Maria_Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska 254.Robert_C._Jones 255.St._Florian's_Gate 256.Sukiennice_Museum 257.Collegium_Maius 258.Adam_Mickiewicz_Monument,_Kraków 259.Warsaw_Barbican 260.Lucjan_Rydel 261.Juliusz_Słowacki_Theatre 262.Town_Hall_Tower,_Kraków 263.Historical_Museum_of_Kraków 264.Włodzimierz_Tetmajer 265.National_Museum,_Kraków 266.Zbylut_Grzywacz 267.Ewa_Lipska 268.Alan_Clodd 269.Wanda_Krahelska-Filipowicz 270.The_Career_of_Nicodemus_Dyzma 271.Provisional_Committee_to_Aid_Jews 272.Irene_Tomaszewski 273.Miron_Białoszewski 274.Joanna_Siedlecka ( Stubs since merged and/or turned into various redirects excluded )

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