Gonzalo Collazo writes: “c 1910 Sunday aboard Françoise-Amboise. Dans les grands beaux temps, la danse entre marins au son de l’accordéon (à droite). In the good times, the dance between marines and the sound of an accordion. ” What do you belive the copyright status of this image to be?
Gonzalo Collazo writes: “Un Tango dans le camp militaire de Beverloo en Belgique.Collection Dominique LESCARRET (Tango is early 1900s) https://es.pinterest.com/popeopera/peace1800s/ Camp de Beverloo. Un Tango dans les bois ” What do you belive the copyright status of this image to be? Gonzalo Collazo believes: “The image is out of copyright.”
Gonzalo Collazo writes: “The vivac was a practice in the military service that consisted in building a camp and thus live a while, sometimes sleeping rough. Patricios is the Regiment of Buenos Aires city, was a destination for wealthier university soldiers in Palermo. Now it is a military centre without
Ray Batchelor writes: “This image was downloaded from the timeline of the Instituto Argentino del Tango Facebook page. I find this image interesting because, not only does it seem in comic form to prefigure the activities of Queer Tango London with the “Londoner Tango Club” having [albeit, uniformed soldiers, all