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A Signal Corps lineman repairs damaged telephone lines, Belgium, winter 1944-1945. The jeep is equipped with a RL-31 wire reel carrier.

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▶ E. L. O. - telephone line (live) - YouTube ..... 70's, Sitting in my bedroom listening to AM Radio.

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Dial me up - and the exchange was two letters and a number. Mine was "WI" for Windsor.

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Australian Signal Engineers, with a reel of cable, leaving a Signal Office on Westhoek Ridge, in the Ypres Sector, to lay a surface telephone line to a forward unit, during the battle of Zonnebeke. Buried cable routes were mainly...

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CD 190-191, DIAMOND, Royal Purple A style of insulator known as a two-piece transposition. This insulator was made by the Diamond Flint Glass Company Ltd of Montreal, Quebec (1903-1913). They were used on open wire telephone lines in the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada. Transposition style insulators were made with two or more wire grooves to allow the telephone lines to cross over each other once every several poles. This twisting of the wires would cancel out the interference or…

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telephone operators, 1950s. You had to tell the operator the phone number you wanted to call. or the person's name, if it was a really small town

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Denise Madeleine Bloch (1916–1945, Ravensbrück, Germany) was a French secret agent working with the British Special Operations Executive in World War II.

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15 Things About The Telephone You Will (Probably) Never Experience Again

Dial “0” on your phone for an operator. Maybe this still exists from landlines. I’m too afraid to try it. | 15 Things About The Telephone You Will (Probably) Never Experience Again

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