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I'm sure Serbia played a role, in fact I'm pretty sure Serbia pretty much started it, but just shoehorning Serbia in everywhere is ridiculous, almost every country in Europe was involved in this and WW2 but as there is no Trek that goes into huge detail about either conflict neither should our articles, so all they need do is provide and overview of the conflicts noting the major players, which I'm pretty sure Serbia was not. --8of5 09:56, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

World War I started when Austria-Hungary invaded Serbia, same way World War II started when Germany and Soviet Union invaded Poland. Only difference is that Serbia repel invasion two times after being conquered http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbian_Campaign_%28World_War_I%29 Vladar86

That's as maybe but none of this has been mentioned in any Star Trek productions in any form. And besides this wiki isn't dedicated to the history of World War I or a Serbia wiki, this is about licensed Star Trek products. Now if Serbia or a Serbian resident is mentioned, then obviously they get an article. I don't try and shoehorn an entry on Britain (even though I'm proud to be British, as I'm sure you are proud to be Serbian) into every article, if an entry doesn't warrant it. --Dr. John Smith 10:25, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

- wheel then there should be only mentioned that war happened and the Germany lost (as mentioned TOS novel). Same for WWII. Vladar86

It is acceptable to have a Short introduction laying out the basic premise of the reference, which this page already does, noting the major states with the biggest roles in the conflict. --8of5 10:36, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
But not the cause of the war? Cause for World War II is noted. --Vladar86
You can add that if you like, but that is not what you did before. And remember brief, this article should be about the relevance of the article to Star trek, not a long ramble about Serbia. --8of5 10:46, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
Yes but the cause of World War II (i.e. the invasion of Poland and Pearl Harbor for the Americans) has been mentioned in the novels, i.e. Provenance of Shadows. To my knowledge there hasn't been a reference to a Serbian freedom-fighter group, the Black Hand, assassinating Arch-Duke Ferdinand. --Dr. John Smith 10:50, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
I stand corrected, and agree, it is rather over specific for something not referenced. --8of5 10:52, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
I added major power of Russia and Turkey, you should delete cause if it is excess Vladar86
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