Issue 3.1

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All images are in the public domain, as the copyright has expired, or they have been released for distribution and copying by the relevant authors, with the following exceptions:

 Inglorious Basterds Film poster ©Universal Studios and © The Weinstein company. Used in ‘The Birth of a Nation: The Depiction of War in American Cinema, from D.W. Griffith’s Birth of a Nation to Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds.’ Image qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself, not solely for illustration. The purpose of the image is to illustrate the film in question, and is not intended to compete with the original purpose of the poster i.e. marketing and graphic design services.

Zulu Film Poster © Paramount Pictures and © Embassy Pictures. Used in ‘The Defence of Rourke’s Drift: Redcoats and Zulus.’ Image qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself, not solely for illustration. The purpose of the image is to illustrate the film in question, and is not intended to compete with the original purpose of the poster i.e. marketing and graphic design services.

Mugabe and the White African Film Poster © Arturi films. Used in ‘Review: Mugabe and the White African.’ Image qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself, not solely for illustration. The purpose of the image is to illustrate the film in question, and is not intended to compete with the original purpose of the poster i.e. marketing and graphic design services.

Braveheart Film Poster © Paramount Pictures. Used in ‘History vs. Hollywood’. Image qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself, not solely for illustration. The purpose of the image is to illustrate the film in question, and is not intended to compete with the original purpose of the poster i.e. marketing and graphic design services.

Gladiator Film Poster © DreamWorks Distribution. Used in ‘History vs. Hollywood’. Image qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law to provide critical commentary on the film, event, etc. in question or of the poster itself, not solely for illustration. The purpose of the image is to illustrate the film in question, and is not intended to compete with the original purpose of the poster i.e. marketing and graphic design services.

An Evzone Guard © Stephen Woodward. Used in ‘The New Histories Guide to… Athens’.

The Parthenon © Stephen Woodward. Used in ‘The New Histories Guide to… Athens’.

Athens National History Museum © Stephen Woodward. Used in ‘The New Histories Guide to… Athens’.

The Temple of Aphaea on Aegina © Stephen Woodward. Used in ‘The New Histories Guide to… Athens’.

Rowan Atkinson used in “Haig is about to make yet another gargantuan effort to move his drinks cabinet six inches closer to Berlin’: Blackadder Goes Forth’ is used under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 2.0 Generic License; author Eva Rinaldi.

Hugh Laurie used in “Haig is about to make yet another gargantuan effort to move his drinks cabinet six inches closer to Berlin’: Blackadder Goes Forth’ is used under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 2.0 Generic License; author Kriston Dos Santos.

Ken Burns used in ‘Johnny has gone for a Solider: The Civil War by Ken Burns’ is used under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 2.0 Generic License; author Redcoat.

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