They found 12,703 battles which had an exact location and date, 2,657 of them are from Wikidata, the others are from DPpedia.

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“We did not set out to create a comprehensive visual overview of all battles fought around the world.

However, if more people get involved in entering and updating data in Wikipedia, Wikidata, and DBpedia, it might be possible to create an inclusive map of all the battles fought around the world.” There are some issues with the map, however, as Wikipedia data is not 100 per cent reliable and the key words used may result in irrelevant results being used or other battles excluded.

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