Regarding Norway’s Accession to the Berne Convention, Christiania (1896)

Source: Dagbladet, søndag 19. April 1896. Location: The National Library of Norway.

Regarding Norway’s Accession to the Berne Convention, Christiania (1896), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Regarding Norway’s Accession to the Berne Convention.

Full title original language:
Om Norges Tiltrædelse af Bernerkonventionen.

This newspaper article comments on Norway being the first Scandinavian country to join the Berne Convention, seven years before Denmark and eight years before Sweden.

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Year: 1896

Location: Christiania

Language: Danish

Source: Dagbladet, søndag 19. April 1896. Location: The National Library of Norway.

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National Assembly of Denmark


authorship, theory of
book trade
books, protected subject matter
international agreements, Berne Convention
international agreements, multilateral
property theory

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