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How to Use This Template

This template is a guideline for creating profiles that are in the Holocaust project.

Feel free to copy the "How the Editing Page Looks" section and paste it into the editing page of the profile you are working on, and then you can make whatever changes are needed for the real text and source information.

Note: For the footnotes to work correctly, each <ref> tag MUST have a name. The name can be anything you want, as long as each different source has a different name. In the Biography section, you can use the same source more than once - just use the name of whichever source you want to cite each time you state a fact and be sure to include the extra "/" when you use it there.

Variations

In this example, John Smith is a survivor. For a victim, replace "Holocaust Survivors" on the top line with "Holocaust Victims at XXXX" where XXXX is the location in which the person was imprisoned. If the person was moved around and spent time at more than 1 location then include as many category tags as it takes to name them all. See the Holocaust Victims category page for the names of all these locations.

Please note that the special characters (i.e., umlauts and accents) MUST be used - exact spelling counts in category tags.

Hint: to be sure you get it exact, you can copy a location name on the Holocaust Victims category page and then paste it into your category tag. An easy way to add umlauts without copy/paste is to put the ampersand character, the letter, then "uml", and a semi-colon (for example: &auml; for ä or &ouml; for ö etc.).

Enhancements

Please, by all means, add additional information you may be able to discover about people. This template only includes the minimum facts required to get a profile out of the maintenance category!

How the Editing Page Looks

[[Category: Holocaust Survivors]]
{{Holocaust}}
==Biography==
John was born January 1, 1900 in Town, County, State, Country.<ref name="birthdeath" />

John married [[Doe-1|Jane Doe]] on January 2, 1901 in Town, County, State, Country.<ref name="marriage" />
John and Jane lived in Town, County, State, Country and had 3 children, [[Smith-2|Tom]], [[Smith-3|Dick]], and [[Smith-4|Harry]]. <ref name="family" />

John put on his Superman cape, jumped out of a window and flew away to Safe Place on January 3, 1902.<ref name="escape" />

John died January 4, 1903 in Town, County, State, Country.<ref name="birthdeath" />

==Sources==
<ref name="birthdeath">
This is the source citation for when and where John was born. In this example, the same source also has the date and place where John died.
</ref>
<ref name="marriage">
This is the source citation for who John married and when and where the marriage took place.
</ref>
<ref name="family">
This is the source citation for where the family lived and who the family members were.
</ref>
<ref name="escape">
This is the source citation for how and when John escaped from the country where he was in danger of being captured and imprisoned or killed.
</ref>
<references />

How the Public View Looks

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Biography

John was born January 1, 1900 in Town, County, State, Country.[1]

John married Jane Doe on January 2, 1901 in Town, County, State, Country.[2] John and Jane lived in Town, County, State, Country and had 3 children, Tom, Dick, and Harry.[3]

John put on his Superman cape, jumped out of a window and flew away to Safe Place on January 3, 1902.[4]

John died January 4, 1903 in Town, County, State, Country.[1]

Sources

[1] [2] [3] [4]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 This is the source citation for when and where John was born. In this example, the same source also has the date and place where John died.
  2. 2.0 2.1 This is the source citation for who John married and when and where the marriage took place.
  3. 3.0 3.1 This is the source citation for where the family lived and who the family members were.
  4. 4.0 4.1 This is the source citation for how and when John escaped from the country where he was in danger of being captured and imprisoned or killed.




Collaboration

On 6 Jun 2015 at 05:03 GMT Marty (Lenover) Acks wrote:

Gaile, In the section on How the Editing Page Looks, I think "Sources" should be '= Sources ="



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