File:Эрямос совамо (Т. А. Раптанов, 1936).djvu

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English: This book contains four stories which were written by an Erzya author Timofey Alekseyevich Raptanov (1906-1936) whose works are in PD now (provided they had been firstly published before 1946).
The scanned pages were provided by the Mordovian National Library named after A.S. Pushkin, located in the city of Saransk (the republic of Mordovia in the Russian Federation).
Русский: Эта книга содержит четыре рассказа эрзянского писателя Тимофей Алексеевич Раптанов (1906-1936), все работы которого, опубликованные до 1946 г., находятся в общественном достоянии.
Отсканированные страницы книги предоставлены Мордовской Национальной Библиотекой им. А.С. Пушкина, расположенной в Саранске (республика Мордовия).
Date
Source Т. А. Раптанов. Эрямос совамо (ёвтнемат). Мокшэрзянь государственной издательствась, Саранск, 1936.
Author Тимофей Алексеевич Раптанов (1906-1936)

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Public domain
This work is in the public domain in Russia according to article 1281 of Book IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation No. 230-FZ of December 18, 2006 and article 6 of Law No. 231-FZ of the Russian Federation of December 18, 2006 (the Implementation Act for Book IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation).

Usually:[1]

  1. The author of this work died before January 1, 1946.
  2. The author of this work died between January 1, 1946 and January 1, 1950, did not work during the Great Patriotic War (Eastern Front of World War II) and did not participate in it.
  3. This work was originally published anonymously or under a pseudonym before January 1, 1943 and the name of the author did not become known during 50 years after publication.
  4. This work was originally published anonymously or under a pseudonym between January 1, 1943 and January 1, 1950, and the name of the author did not become known during 70 years after publication.
  5. This work is non-amateur cinema or television film (or shot, or fragment from it), which was first shown between January 1, 1929[2] and January 1, 1950.

[1] If the author of this work was subjected to repression and rehabilitated posthumously, countdown of copyright protection began not from the death date, but from the rehabilitation date. If the work was first published posthumously, the copyright term is counted from the date of that first publication, unless the author was later rehabilitated, in which case it runs again from that later rehabilitation date.

[2] Cinema films first shown before January 1, 1929 are subjects of points 1 and 2 of this template.

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The works included in this book were created by T. A. Raptanov (1906-1936) and firstly published in 1936 or before. According to Russian Federation laws which were in force on the URAA date the copyright expiration term was 50 years, with additional 4 years for those Soviet authors who worked or fought for USSR victory in the Great Patriotic War. This author died in the 1936 year (before the 2-nd World War) - so 50-year term was applied; the works were firstly published in 1936 or before, so 50-year terms - from author's death and publication date - both expired before the URAA date of 1/1/1996.

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