Conservapedia:Example of a footnoted page

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The Nobel Prize is a well-known award for achievements in peace, physics, chemistry, medicine or physiology, literature, and economics. [1] The Nobel Prizes were first given out in 1901.[2]

To nominate somebody for a Nobel Prize, the nominating party must meet the requirements outlined for the specific category or has to be invited.[3] It is not possible to nominate someone for a posthumous Nobel Prize. [4]

According to Alfred Nobel's will the Nobel Peace Prize is to be awarded "to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses".[5]


  1. The Nobel Foundation: Nobel Prizes
  2. The Nobel Foundation: History
  3. The Nobel Foundation: Nomination Facts
  4. The Nobel Foundation: Nomination Facts
  5. Bannister, Peter. (2003), History of the Nobel Peace Prize, Philadelphia: Arbor Press, page 7.