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Navelpluis
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Navelpluis   9/27/2012 8:23:36 AM
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We run the www.cryptomuseum.com website. On our (physical) collection we have German and Russian wire recorders, the small ones. Really beatiful marvels of engineering from the past. It might be a good idea to klick this link for the Protona wire recorder from Austria. This recorder was very widely used by all secret services, including the CIA. It had a secret microphone build inside a watch. The watch has no mechanics and is not running. The story goes that an agent was caught on an airport since he wore 2 watches: The one that worked and the one with the microphone. Anyway, enjoy this link: http://www.cryptomuseum.com/covert/minifon/mi51/index.htm

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Max The Magnificent   9/27/2012 1:25:45 PM
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WOW -- this is WONDERFUL -- I expect to spend a LOT of time roaming around your website -- thanks for sharing

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