Community Standard of Location Inappropriate?
Hi everyone, what is the community standard of an 'inappropriate' location?
This is a two-part question for my UK community-rejected nomination, which was the first nomination I upgraded. And if possible I hope Niantic can have a look - but it doesn't seem I can mention them here.
(1) Is a grocery an inappropriate location? I've nominated a local Co-op Food. It is a relatively common grocery in England ikr, but the building isn't. I've described and elaborated its history (across World Wars I and II) which makes the store visually, functionally, culturally and historically unique. It even has disabled access. The fact that a grocery is a grocery does not make its historical significance change, in my opinion, thus not inappropriate or abusive.
(2) Is the description of the building in association with Naz* Germany 'inappropriate'? I was not aware a neutral description of the attack by Naz* Germany near the location may be inappropriate. A particular point is that I must not type the whole word 'N a z i' together because it is censored - should people not learn about their history? I am not even in Germany.
I have read every single criterion and chatted with more experienced reviewers locally. I can't believe how my nomination is rejected and it is very likely I'll appeal the rejection but before that I'd like to consult you here.
Those are my questions regarding the nomination itself. But there are some more questions as I am quite new to Wayfarer. And these are what I'd like to ask Niantic but there isn't any way for me to find them.
(1) Where can I find the reasons for rejection after I first saw it? I can't see the reasons once I reloaded.
(2) Is there some way I can view the reviewers' feedback on rejected nominations for 'Other Rejection Criteria'? I was rejected for it and I've no idea what is/ are the reason(s).
**Edit 1: Attached are two photos I submitted for nomination.
**Edit 2: Following are the original description: This Co-op was being leased to in 2017 but the building dates back to Victorian era (1882) where The Chequers brewery was established. The derelict brewery transformed into a pub in 1915 to serve local coalminers proudly supporting the Bristol Aeroplane Company during World War I. The fact that it then survived the Bristol Blitz in 1941 by Naz* Germany during World War II promoted a proud sense of the thriving community, affected by nothing during Co-op's rent.