Talk:Hans Albers

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References missing[edit]

References vs. Bibliography[edit]

The article misses references. I started integrating references based on the German article. The article includes a general "Bibliography" section, however these "References" are not pointing to any specific section in the article. I suggest to merge it with the references section and to set it into context with the text.

Structure[edit]

I also improved the structure of the article, dividing it into subsections.

ScienceGuard (talk) 18:18, 6 January 2017 (UTC)

Getting the references sorted out[edit]

In order to verify and substantiate the statements I bought the book "Hans Albers" by Matthias Wegner, which I added to the references and double-checked the statements. I only had to delete one emotional non-referenced statement. To my understanding the "Legacy" section needs some more references and the language needs to be edited. To me it sounds like translated from German.

ScienceGuard (talk) 18:41, 24 January 2017 (UTC)