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A widow's pension is a payment from the government of a country to a person whose spouse has died.
When it was offered, for a woman to qualify, her husband must have paid 25 flat-rate contributions before April 6, 1975.
- Chris Smith; David C. Hoath (1 January 1975). Law and the Underprivileged. Routledge & K. Paul. pp. 21–. ISBN 978-0-7100-8259-6.
- "National Affairs: Widow's Pension". Time. May 19, 1930.
- Johnson Publishing Company (17 November 2003). Jet. Johnson Publishing Company. pp. 6–. ISSN 0021-5996.
- "History of Monetary Benefits".
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