Copyright

Copyright subsists in most works that were created during the First World War and careful consideration was given to the management of rights subsisting in items that were to be included in this resource. The partners have made their best efforts to adopt a responsible and balanced approach to rights management and have acted in good faith at all times.

If you hold the rights to any item(s) included in this resource and oppose to its use, you can request its removal from the website by writing to takedown@llgc.org.ukLink to email. Your request will be processed in accordance with the National Library of Wales?s Notice and Takedown Policy. If you are aware of instances where the rights holder have not been given an appropriate credit, you can let us know by completing the National Library of Wales?s Online Enquiries Form.

We have sought to present copyright information in a way that is clear and concise and we kindly ask that you respect the rights that are associated with the items.

All items in the resource belong to one of the following categories:

COPYRIGHT

copyright

Items which have been labelled with this symbol are protected by copyright and the copyright holder wishes to reserve all rights unless the accompanying information states otherwise. Unless an exception to copyright law applies, you must ask permission from the rights holder before you can copy, modify, distribute or perform the material, even for non-commercial purposes.

If you would like more information about the copyright of any item(s), please contact the organisation that contributed the item(s) to the project.

PUBLIC DOMAIN MARK

public domain mark

Items labelled with this symbol are out of copyright and therefore free of restrictions under copyright law.

You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, without asking permission.

When using an item, we would appreciate if you would give acknowledgement to the organisation that contributed the item to the project.

UNKNOWN

unknown

The copyright status of works labelled with this symbol is unknown. This means that the identity and/or location of a potential rights holder cannot be reasonably ascertained.

If you would like to copy, modify, distribute or perform the work, please bear in mind that copyright restrictions may apply.

If you have information that may assist us in identifying or locating a copyright holder, please complete the Online Enquiries Form. We would be pleased to hear from you.

If you hold the rights to any item(s) included in the resource and object to its use, you can request its removal by writing to takedown@llgc.org.ukLink to email. Your request will be processed in accordance with the National Library of Wales?s Notice and Takedown Policy.

CC BY-NC-SA

CC BY-NC-SA

Items labelled with this symbol are in copyright and have been published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike licence.

You are free to copy, distribute, display, or perform the work, and to make derivative works from it, under the following conditions:

  • Attribution - You must give the rights holder credit.
  • Non-Commercial - You may not use this work for commercial purposes.
  • Share Alike - If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a licence identical to this one.

If you would like to use the item(s) for any other purpose or would like to request a higher quality version of the item, please contact the organisation that contributed the item to the project.

More information about the licence.

Metadata and other textual information

The metadata (information about the items) and other textual information written for the resource may be used under the terms of the CC-BY-NC-SA licence with acknowledgement to the organisation(s) that contributed the relevant item(s) to the project.

More information about this aspect of the project

If you would like more information about the copyright of specific items, please contact the organisation that contributed the item(s) to the project.

For general information on this aspect of the project, please complete the Online Enquiries Form.