Talk:Adolf Jellinek

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Jellinek, "B. H."[edit]

Moved from Wikipedia:Village pump on Saturday, August 2nd, 02003.

In several entries, there is the abbreviated reference "Jellinek, "B. H."" I'm guessing this is Adolf Jellinek, but to what does the "B. H." refer?

Notice about mixture of prose and timeline[edit]

I find the {{ProseTimeline}} template at the top of the article. It must refer to the list in the article. This is the same list which appears in the 1911 Britannica article, but brought out more clearly. I think it is easier to read in this format and deserves to stay if the 1911 Britannica information is retained. Now, except for one paragraph, the article seems largely based on the 1911 Britannica, and awaits editing to bring it up to date. Bob Burkhardt (talk) 15:52, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

Rosalie Bettelheim[edit]

Rosalie Bettelheim, Jellinek's wife, has a link in this article that leads back to her husband's page. I suggest, either remove the link or remove the referral. Thank you! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.229.41.9 (talk) 13:54, 4 November 2009 (UTC)

Again, there's a bit of a mix-up. Four of the family members mentioned have their links leading back to this article. These are Rosalie Bettelheim, Max Hermann Jellinek, Hermann Jellinek and Moritz Jellinek. Please either remove the referrals or remove the link from their names... 84.228.55.186 (talk) 20:51, 18 November 2009 (UTC)