Dear writers and readers,
Without any further ado, let’s have a look at the entries this time around for the category Best Record of a Large War/Military Operation:
The Week of the Day 4,000 by Raphael Louis Habsburg Bourbon : In this piece, Raphael summarizes the activity of the Guarda Imperial of Brazil by comparing the damage done with not only other military units but also countries, all while giving credit where it’s due and listing the efforts of each members of the unit.
The taking of Heilongjiang and Liaoning by Spite313: Iain once again takes us with him in a trip down memory lane where everything was different at the time. The economy didn’t work as it does now, resources were a highly prized possession and war to take control over them were on a different scale back then.
Story of Baltic War in April 2018 Retold by Dorosh881: Dorosh here goes into a detailed and contextualized depiction of the recent Baltic War, showing that strategy, coordination and great allies are what makes wars interesting.
Let’s move on to what you’re here to read: the winners for this round of articles:
For the 1st prize we have Dorosh881 with his entry: Story of Baltic War in April 2018 Retold.
He will receive 200 Gold.
The runner-up is Spite313 with The taking of Heilongjiang and Liaoning.
He will receive 150 Gold.
The Board decided to also give a Special Mention Prize of 75 Gold to both Prince of Austria for his article “Battle for Lower Austria” and Vladmir of HueHueLand for his recollection of My Day 4000!
The next category in the Day 4000 Contest will include articles about Interviews
Best Interview / Series of interviews on eHistory/Future
Articles should be submitted before Daychange 4039 (11 Dec)
Will be awarded on Day 4040 (12 Dec)
You can check the rules on the the forum announcement.
Have a wonderful rest of your weekend!
An article written by the lovely Curlybear.