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The Churchill Copyright

The Churchill Copyright

To answer fre­quent­ly asked ques­tions, here are the rules gov­ern­ing copy­right to the books, arti­cles, speech­es and papers of Win­ston S. Churchill:

1. Non-Com­mer­cial Use

The copy­right in Sir Win­ston Churchill’s papers, lit­er­ary works and those papers of which he was the author, did not form part of the 1995 pur­chase by the British Gov­ern­ment, but remains (under the terms of Sir Winston’s will) the prop­er­ty of his grand­son and name­sake, except where it has been sep­a­rate­ly assigned. No charge is made in the case of repro­duc­tion for aca­d­e­m­ic research. Cer­tain edu­ca­tion­al or non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tions such as The Churchill Cen­tre are grant­ed the right to repro­duce (with acknowl­edge­ment) copy­right mate­r­i­al with­out charge.…

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