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Uptrends on English Wikipedia this week

  1. SMS Cap Trafalgar (+1 511 550%)

    SMS Cap Trafalgar (also called Cape Trafalgar) was a German passenger liner converted to an auxiliary cruiser during World War I. She was the first armed merchant cruiser sunk by a ship of the same class; she was destroyed in a furious action in the South...
    Related pages: RMS Carmania (1905) (+5 111%), SMS Cap Trafalgar (+1 511 550%)
  2. Selena (+2 529%)

    Selena Quintanilla-Pérez (Spanish: [seˈlena kintaˈniʝa ˈpeɾes] or [seˈlena kintaˈniʎa ˈpeɾeθ]; April 16, 1971 – March 31, 1995), mononymously known as Selena, was an American singer, songwriter, spokesperson, model, actress, and fashion designer. Called t...
    Related pages: Murder of Selena (+2 423%), Lupe Ontiveros (+1 343%), Selena (film) (+737%), Selena y Los Dinos (+1 432%), Bidi Bidi Bom Bom (+15 122%)
  3. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (+12 439%)

    Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, FRS (Tamil: சுப்பிரமணியன் சந்திரசேகர் ; ; 19 October 1910 – 21 August 1995), was an Indian and American astrophysicist who was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics with William A. Fowler "for his theoretical studies of the ...
    Related pages: Chandrasekhar limit (+3 646%), October 19 (+2 092%), Otto Struve (+69 090%), Arthur Eddington (+650%), Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (+12 439%)
  4. List of Initial D episodes (+12 825%)

    This is a list of episodes for the anime series Initial D.
  5. René-Levasseur Island (+22 656 000%)

    René-Levasseur Island is a large island in the centre of Lake Manicouagan in Quebec, Canada. Its highest peak is Mount Babel, at 952 m (3,123 feet). With a total area of 2,020 km² (and a diameter of 72 km), the island is larger in area than the annular la...
  6. Trailblazer Project (+86 339%)

    Trailblazer was a United States National Security Agency (NSA) program intended to develop a capability to analyze data carried on communications networks like the Internet. It was intended to track entities using communication methods such as cell phones...
  7. Olaudah Equiano (+6 337%)

    Olaudah Equiano (c. 1745 – 31 March 1797), known in his lifetime as Gustavus Vassa (), was a prominent African in London, a freed slave who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. His autobiography, published in 1789, helped in the creation...
  8. Sean Hughes (comedian) (+92 129%)

    Sean Hughes (born John Hughes; 10 November 1965 – 15 October 2017) was an English-born Irish stand-up comedian, writer and actor. He starred in own his television show Sean's Show and was one of the regular team captains on the BBC Two musical panel game ...
    Related pages: Sean's Show (+681 500%), Sean Hughes (+377 300%), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (+415%)
  9. Office of Censorship (+1 698 343%)

    The Office of Censorship was an emergency wartime agency set up on December 19, 1941 to aid in the censorship of all communications coming into and going out of the United States. It closed in November 1945.
  10. Historicity of the Book of Mormon (+902 454%)

    The question of the historical authenticity of the Book of Mormon has long been a source of contention between most members of the Latter Day Saint movement and non-members. Most, but not all, Mormons hold the book's connection to ancient American history...

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