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Description
English: A poster used in Japan to attract immigrants to Brazil. It reads: "Let's go to South America (Brazil highlighted) with families."
日本語: 海外興行株式会社による広告。「一家をあげて」とあるが、これはブラジル側が定住労働力確保を目的としていたため、基本的に、働き手が3人以上いる家族にしか移住の許可を与えていなかったことに関連している
Português: Cartaz de propaganda da imigração de japoneses para o Brasil.
Français : Affiche d'une entreprise privée japonaise pour attirer les immigrants au Brésil.
Date Inicio seculo XX.
Source Musée historique de l'immigration japonaise.
Author Unknown
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According to the Brazilian Copyright Law (Lei 9.610 de 19 de fevereiro de 1998; See translation)
  • Article 44: The economic rights in audiovisual and photographic works shall be protected for a period of 70 years from the first of January of the year following that of their disclosure;
  • Article 96: The term of protection of neighboring rights shall be 70 years from the first of January of the year following fixation for phonograms, transmission for the broadcasts of broadcasting organizations and public performance in other cases. Hence, this media file is under no copyrights. See Recursos no domínio público.

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