Our project is designed to attract interest in the past using the format of popular science articles. Articles about various aspects of military history and technology are written to be extremely interesting and at the same time easily understandable for everyone. Dozens of specialists put a lot of effort into the articles that tell you about little-known pages of military conflicts, development and usage of military vehicles, creation of iconic weapons, work of outstanding engineers, tactics of renowned commanders and heroic deeds of ordinary soldiers.
Along with the articles written by experts — historians, soldiers, publicists — every user has the opportunity to publish his article.
Thus, Warspot not only becomes an educational space, but also encourages the reader to conduct their own research. The editors, in turn, notice the best submissions and provide their creators with the opportunity to obtain author status.
It is not easy to write about the past «without anger and passion», especially when it comes to the events that happened not so long ago. We, however, urge everyone to strive for neutrality and objectivity. We are certain that the platform where truth is born in disputes is very important in the age of information wars.
At a time like this, turning to the experience of the past is the only way to understand the background to the present events.
Preserving historical memory is not only important, but also interesting. Together, we will be able to recreate the picture of the past step by step and make knowledge accessible to a wide range of readers.