Template talk:Early 20th-century British children's literature

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Note: although the template name is: EdwardianChildrensLiterature, the title is "Early 20th Century British Children's Literature." Similarly, although "Edwardian" is 1901 to 1910, I have included authors and works until the end of WWII (i.e. 1900-1945). Stiwari 16:30, 17 September 2006 (UTC)

20th century to 20th-century[edit]

Would there be any objection to moving this template to Template:Early 20th-century British children's literature? Since 20th and century are working together as a compound adjective before the noun literature, it should be hyphenated. I've never moved a template so I don't know if Template:Early 20th century British children's literature would remain as a redirect to the new title. If need be, I'll go through the What links here and make the fixes. If there's a consensus, or at least no objection, I'll make the move in about a week. Thank you. SchreiberBike (talk) 04:54, 15 May 2013 (UTC)