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English: Mile Starčevič.
Date by 1917
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This image is available from the Digital Library of Slovenia under the reference number 0Q4CTJMZ
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This Slovene work is in the public domain in its source country and the United States because its copyright expired pursuant to the Yugoslav Copyright Act of 1978, which provided for copyright term of the life of the author plus fifty years, respectively twenty-five years since the publication for photographs and works of applied art (details). This applies to works already in the public domain on or before 29 April 1995, when a new copyright act became valid, which is also before 1 January 1996, the URAA date.

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a) a work of known authorship and the author died before 1 January 1945
b) an anonymous work and it was published before 1 January 1945
c) a photograph or a work of applied art published before 1 January 1970

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