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Friday, September 12, 2003


Sabine van Sprang

Je m'étonnes que Homes and Gardens n'ait pas jugé utile ni de s'expliquer ni de s'excuser. Ou tout du moins de prendre officiellement des distances par rapport à ce texte, même si les rédacteurs actuels ne l'ont évidemment ni écrit ni approuvé. Il y a des gestes symboliques qu'il faut pouvoir faire.


That's a real shame. I wonder if they would be prepared to publish it on their own website, and allow others to link to it.

Somehow I doubt it though, maybe leaves a bad taste in the mouth for the magazine?

Anyway, i'll read it while I can.

Ratko Maltar

Good someone found the stuff.


UK Legal info:

source: UK Government website

How long does copyright last?

The term of protection or duration of copyright varies depending on the type of copyright work. For copyright works created outside the UK or another country of the European Economic Association (EEA), the term of protection may also be shorter if it is shorter in the country of origin. There may also be variations in the term where a work was created before 1 January 1996. But in general, the terms of protection in the UK are as follows:

Copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work lasts for the life of the author and 70 years from the end of the year in which he/she died.

Copyright in a film expires 70 years after the end of the year in which the death occurs of the last to survive of the principal director, the authors of the screenplay and dialogue, and the composer of any music specially created for the film.

Copyright in a sound recording expires 50 years from the end of the year in which it was made or, if published in this time, 50 years from the end of the year of publication. If not published during that 50 year period, but it is played in public or communicated to the public during that period, 50 years from the first of these to happen.

Copyright in a broadcast expires 50 years from the end of the year of making of the broadcast.

Copyright in a published edition expires 25 years from the end of the year in which the edition was first published.

The above terms of protection were introduced or confirmed on 1 January 1996 when copyright terms throughout the EEA were harmonised. The above terms now apply to many works created before this date - further details of how the new copyright terms apply to such works are available.

So, it would seem that one can legally reprint (or display online) the scans once more and IPC cannot prevent you, unless they decide to reprint (in printed form) the original article first. I believe this is why companies such as Disney keep re-releasing old material on video & DVD: to refresh their copyright!

Anyway, a nice find, and good luck.


Sometimes it seems to me that Copyright is becoming more like political corrections madness.


Hmm I'm not agree with you


For the record, none of the photos in the "At Home With article are original to the article. All were published previously in Germany and are in the public domain. IPC may own the copyright to the article itself, but not to the accompanying photographs.


Your website is pitch black and unreadable

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James Williamson

on your "At Home With Hitler" page
it has a link to "better scans" on The Guardian website, but clicking the link brings up a "Sorry we can't find it page" at The Guradian.
We haven't been able to serve the page you asked for.,3605,1076455,00.html

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Those who enjoy old magazine articles know well the sort of frustration that Simon must be feeling and we feel that he represented our side admirably in his emails to the Empress.
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