|This image is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States prior to January 1, 1928. Other jurisdictions have other rules. Also note that this image may not be in the public domain in the 9th Circuit if it was first published on or after July 1, 1909 in noncompliance with US formalities, unless the author is known to have died in 1952 or earlier (more than 70 years ago) or the work was created in 1902 or earlier (more than 120 years ago.)
PD-US Public domain in the United States //wiki.alquds.edu/?query=Template:PD-US-expired-abroad
This template adds the Images published abroad that are in the public domain in the United States category.
will automatically ask mark the image as eligible to be moved to Commons at the appropriate time. Remember that copyright expires at the start of the year after. For instance, an author who died in 1953 in a country with a copyright term of life + 70 years goes out of copyright - not 70 years after their date of death, in 2023, but on January 1, 2024.
Example of usage:
For an author who died in 1953 in a life+70 country.
Alternative, shorter usage:
TemplateData for PD-US-expired-abroad
|PD in source country|
Set to any value to indicate that the work is already in the public domain in the source country as well.
|out of copyright in year|
If the work is not in the public domain in the source country at the time the template is placed (or edited), set this parameter to the year when it enters the public domain. The template will indicate the file is in the public domain in the source country from that year on.
|suppress move to Commons|
Set to "yes" to suppress "move to Commons" message (appears when "out of copyright in" year comes).
|suppress do not move to Commons|
Set to any value to suppress "do not move to Commons" message (appears when neither "PD in source country" nor "out of copyright in" is given).