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  • ...as well as in Berlin since 1866 and Vienna since 1875(Morss). After World War II the system was expanded and modernized but eventually began to decline a
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  • ...umn facsimile receiver was listed at $75 a piece before the onset of World War II (Payne 291). ...s, Inc., worked on research of the facsimile for the government during the war effort. The company developed an electrolytic system of recording. This p
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  • ...rneath Paris, carrying letter at an average speed of 40 m.p.h. After World War II the system was expanded and modernized but eventually began to decline a
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  • During the war years, Polaroid turned all its focus on the war effort, manufacturing "optical plastics for military range finders", a "new
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  • ...ppears to be primarily due to their utilization during the Franco-Prussian War beginning in 1870. Many articles published at the time reported the distan ==Government Employees and War-Time Missions==
    17 KB (2,692 words) - 09:42, 24 November 2010
  • ...d an electrical reproducing piano in 1906, and just before the first World War the Duo-Art reproducing action was perfected in America. The Reproducing Pi
    12 KB (1,953 words) - 09:50, 24 November 2010
  • ...ion methods were in heavy use among European and Jewish survivors of World War II: "I’ve seen it mentioned in many (10+ books) where when Jewish survivo
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  • ==The Civil Defense Siren in Cold War Culture== ...II, however it would really flourish, so to speak, in the subsequent Cold War. Civil Defense Sirens became part of peoples daily lives. Regular newspap
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  • "During the war I couldn't get ordinary commercial punched-tape machines, which were than a
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  • ==Politics: Government and War== ...d if significant events occurred. During the late 1700s through the 1800s, war was a ongoing issue with Europe. The first formal telegraph "brought news o
    10 KB (1,491 words) - 09:43, 24 November 2010
  • ...ransmissions and intercept some information for themselves. In fact, this war can be seen as built upon nothing more than the fear and proper usage of St
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  • ...d emancipation of enslaved descendants of Africans at the end of the Civil War (1861-1865). If there was any doubt before, race had become the primary... ...t_card_punching_section_WP_DCPL.jpg|thumb|left|All African American female war department office with white female supervisor in 1942]]
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  • ...men would be more adept at spotting opposing forces in the dark. After the war, demand for viewmasters shot through the roof, and the production of reels Early uses of the viewmaster included World War II preparation and travel souvenirs, however companies soon analyzed the bu
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  • ...y (for better or worse) was harnessed by both medicine and technologies of war and security. Roentgen Ray Tubes were used in World War I to locate bullets and shrapnel in the bodies of wounded soldiers. Now x-
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  • ...el papers for refugees, initially given only to Russians fleeing the civil war that ultimately solidified Bolshevik power, but was eventually distributed ...ver the "indignities" of carrying passports while traveling. During World War I, however, it became expedient for states to control the emigration of pot
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  • ...that “the global” was not a concept that emerged in the wake of World War II as many commentators have recently suggested. But in fact the compass wa
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  • ...nd drawing from Randy Martin's book, ''An Empire of Indifference: American War and the Financial Logic of Risk Management'', we propose that the death of Martin, Randy. 2007. An Empire of Indifference: American War and the Financial Logic of Risk Management. Durham and London: Duke Univers
    44 KB (6,914 words) - 09:52, 24 November 2010
  • ...nd those who attended his needs were treated quite well. Fortunately, the war ended and Lenin was able to return to the comfort of his Mausoleum (sadly,
    34 KB (5,614 words) - 09:51, 24 November 2010
  • ...manufacture them under the moniker "Marconi-Stille Recorder." When World War II began Britain needed to conserve steel, and wartime broadcasting require ===World War I===
    27 KB (4,244 words) - 09:51, 24 November 2010
  • ...trical engineer and inventor Arthur Scherbius in 1918 in the wake of World War I and the newfound need for cipher machines that made encryption faster and ...|left|Bletchley Park, England, home to Britain's codebreakers during World War II (Pincock 98). ]]
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