Talk:Actes et documents du Saint Siège relatifs à la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

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Inclusions and Omissions[edit]

In the third paragraph the line "extensively listed the data revieved by the Vatican". Is the word revieved supposed to be reviewed? released? Not sure.. --Travver (talk) 06:05, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

Language[edit]

It sounds French to me. Not Latin. Andries 21:57, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

My bad. Savidan 22:24, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

+Online availability=[edit]

It's seem very relevant that this material is now online. So I do think it deserves it's own section to draw the reader's attention to them. Also, when I put in the entry, it was only nine volumes. I checked again, and it's still Vols. 1-9. I'm assuming they haven't completed the digitized versions of Vols. 10 & 11. Also, when you access a volume, its entire contents is downloaded. It takes a few minutes even if you have a high-speed connection, but it's not an eternity (i.e. more than a few minutes.)Bronxpolwatcher (talk) 06:50, 27 March 2010 (UTC)

Per WP:EL links should not be in the body of the article. I have downloaded all 11. They appear complete. Low-resolution, grainy, and near incomprehensible, but complete. Savidan 06:52, 27 March 2010 (UTC)

Phayer a secular historian?=[edit]

How is Michael Phayer a "secular" historian? I understand that he is Catholic himself. Does secular that he is not a cleric? Others would assume by secular that he is not Catholic or religious.

The way he's put in in the Graham reads like a cheap shot. If Graham helped produce these volumes, which are primary source documents, then how can he be accused of "neglecting the context"? If the comment refers to Graham's other work such as his books and articles, then a better place for it is in the Graham article. From what I understand, Phayer's own work is controversial and has been criticized.Bronxpolwatcher (talk) 06:50, 27 March 2010 (UTC)

I have removed the word "secular". Savidan 06:53, 27 March 2010 (UTC)