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Edison Speaks to America Following WWI
This week in 1878 (February 19), Thomas Edison received a patent for his invention of the Phonograph. Four decades later, following World War I, Edison made a recording expressing his pride in the soldiers and reminds Americans of the enormous sacrifice and contribution made by the other allied nations. Read More
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