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Who owns copyrights for Flanders Fields?

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July 13, 2009 9:52PM

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If you are referring to the poem "In Flanders Fields" (written in 1915) then it is in the public domain. If you mean the book "In Flanders Fields: The 1917 Campaign," by Leon Wolff then the copyright would, in all likelihood, belong to either the author or whomever he assigned the copyright to because the book was written in 1958. Just the phrase "Flanders Fields" would not qualify for copyright protection but may be registered as a trademark.