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This[1] is an important link, unfortunately it no longer exists on the web. No definite proof that Arkovian documents were ever leaked. This[2] is another important link. Micronational summits need verification, because they can be hard to believe. This link also no longer exists, but luckily it was archived on the Wayback Machine, so we have proof it actually took place and had delegates from nine micronations which attended. "Link rot" is a large problem. You can help by archiving links to the Wayback Machine.


The Wayback Machine is a website which can be used to cite archived copies of web pages used by articles. This is useful if a web page has changed, moved, or disappeared; links to the original content can be retained.

How can I help?

Archiving links to the Wayback Machine is easy! Visit the web form at web.archive.org, enter the original URL of the web page of interest in the "Wayback Machine" search box and then select BROWSE HISTORY. The next screen may, redirect to the latest archived copy,

  • show a box near the bottom of the page with a link inviting the user to Save this url in the Wayback Machine,
  • show a calendar listing the snapshot dates for all archived copies of that page, or
  • show an error message explaining why the page cannot be archived.

If the URL is not already archived, go to Save Page Now, enter the URL then click SAVE PAGE. Voila! You did it!

External links

You can also do the same with external links, in case they may also get removed.

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Archived links

References examples

  1. Arkovian Confidential Documents Leaked. OAM News Network. Retrieved 17 August 2019.
  2. "Summit 2016". Archived from the original on 2016-08-27. Retrieved 13 September 2019.

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