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- The Moderator retains the right to reject a username if he considers it offensive, obscene, or deliberately distracting.
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- The WWI Revisionist Forum forbids any threats or personal attacks against others, we will not tolerate links to sites which do engage in such behaviour. We're about debate and only debate.
- On topic posts only. The topic of the Forum is the lead-in to hostilities, WWI itself, and the immediate results of WWI. Associated subjects are bound to come up, be sure there is a tie-in, show the tie-in. Each thread represents a separate point, a post to a thread must be pertinent to that point.
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- Reasons for deletions may or may not be stated. The Moderator will endeavor to notify the offender and the Forum in general, but not in every case; especially when it is obvious why the post was deleted.
These rules are subject to revision as warranted.
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