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English: A rare image of the three flags of the Republic of China together. At centre, the first national flag (see Image:Flag of the Republic of China 1912-1928.svg), at left the army flag (see Image:Chinese-Army-Wuhan-Flag-1911-1928 dots19.svg), and at right the Sun Yat Sen flag (now the flag of Taiwan) (see Image:Flag of the Republic of China.svg).
Underneath the picture is the slogan "Long live the republic!" (共和萬歲, in traditional right-to-left single-character column order).
Date Before 1930s (probably before 1929)
Source moved from English Wikipedia
Found on page 1 of Made in China by Reed Darmon, Chronicle Books LLC, 2004, ISBN: 0-8118-4202-9,
Author unknown, uploaded by en:User:Allentchang to en.wikipedia on 15:51, 3 August 2005

Public domain This image is now in the public domain in China because its term of copyright has expired. According to copyright laws of the People's Republic of China (with legal jurisdiction in the mainland only, excluding Hong Kong and Macao) and the Republic of China (currently with jurisdiction in Taiwan, the Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu, etc.), all photographs and cinematographic works, and all works whose copyright holder is a juristic person, enter the public domain 50 years after they were first published, or if unpublished 50 years from creation, and all other applicable works enter the public domain 50 years after the death of the creator.
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