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Battle of Davydiv Brid
You're right though. I thought it was simpler to make the article in two phases and it seems to me that the Ukrainian army is again pushing the Davydiv Brid offensive in a similar way to the battle of Dovhenka in two phases where also a similar Ukrainian counter-attack in the direction of the east like the current southern counter-attack is possible to the south. What do you think? If the Ukrainian army launches a major ground attack on Davidiv Bird (and it will have to 100%, because this counter-offensive is meaningless for Ukraine without capturing that small and strategically important city), should we supplement the first article in two stages or open a new separate article? I tried to open a new article last night but it hated me because it was too late and I thought I'd go for the cheaper option. You are an experienced Wikipedian and I want to hear your advice Mr. EcoGraph. – Baba Mica (talk) 12:47, 1 September 2022 (UTC)
- Unlike the previous operation which was solely focused on Davydiv Brid and its surroundings, the current offensive is a general one taking place across Kherson province (from north to south) and we already have an article covering it 2022 Ukrainian southern counteroffensive, including the fighting near Davydiv Brid. The only reason based on which we could make a new Davydiv Brid battle article is if a battle takes place for the town and if (more importantly) its a highly notable one so to warrant the sub-article of the general offensive one, otherwise it would just be a fork article and promptly redirected or deleted. So lets wait a month to see how the offensive develops. EkoGraf (talk) 14:30, 1 September 2022 (UTC)
Second Battle of Izium (Lyman)?
- OK. I understand. Is it necessary to divide the Battle of Davydiv Brid or to combine it in one article into two phases as I did on September 1st?