One thing that has changed dramatically in the 70 years since World War II is communication. Don't these field phones and radios, not to mention the signal flares, look ancient?
Several of the school children who attended the presentation were amazed by the typewriter. One said she'd never seen one. Needless to say, typing on a manual typewriter was a far different experience from keying on a tablet.
And then there was the oldest form of communication -- writing. The famous V-Mail stationery.
How often do you write "real" letters, or as we now refer to them, snail mail?
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