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    Ultra Rare Pictures From 1945

    Guarantee you haven't seen some of these, or perhaps, any of these pictures before...

    Rare 1945 Photos

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    Very powerful pictures of so much misery.
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    Unfortunate, but never the less, true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWilight View Post
    Thank you, LT, for bringing us these photos. Very important scenes from our history.
    Fixed it for ya.
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    The last photo is of the first Electronic calculating machine. 20 years later Texas instruments was selling a pocket calculator with far more ability for ten dollars each.
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    awesome find LT, so many people in this day and age have forgotten our past or like to pretend it never happened (yeah, that actually exist).
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    LT, my Dad was a B-29 radio operator in WWII, bombing the Japanese mainland and home islands.
    I have seen a LOT of WWII pix but I have never seen about half of these...this is a treasure and I appreciate you posting them up.
    I will forward them to several people & groups who will be very interested.
    Do you mind saying where you got them?
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    Dave, "Mom" forwarded that to me. She knows I like that kind of stuff and I'm pretty sure someone forwarded it to her in the first place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth View Post
    LT, my Dad was a B-29 radio operator in WWII, bombing the Japanese mainland and home islands.
    I have seen a LOT of WWII pix but I have never seen about half of these...this is a treasure and I appreciate you posting them up.
    I will forward them to several people & groups who will be very interested.
    Do you mind saying where you got them?
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelonius View Post
    The last photo is of the first Electronic calculating machine. 20 years later Texas instruments was selling a pocket calculator with far more ability for ten dollars each.
    30 years later, Texas Instruments was selling 'em at about $20.


    http://www.vintagecalculators.com/ht..._calculat.html
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    In the late 70s I bought a wrist watch for about 30 dollars that had a 4 function calculator built in to it. The buttons were so small I had to use a pen or some pointed object to press them.
    But it worked just fine. I was working onboard a ship when the wrist band broke and lost it over the side.
    I think it was a cheap Timex brand. And it had faster calculating ability than any of the first 20 years of calculators, especially the big room sized ones.
    I just checked , Timex introduced that watch in 74, I bought mine in 78 or 79.
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