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Description King Amanullah Khan of Afghanistan
Date Pre-1930
Author Unknown
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All works published using a pseudonym enter the public domain 50 years after publication, unless the author's identity subsequently becomes known. Afghan copyright law only protects “photographic works that have been created using an original mode” (Art. 6).

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