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Saving Private Ryan - Coiled Cords in WW2, I Don't Think So!
OK, In the Omaha Beach seen Capt. Miller is seen with a soldier taking cover from the gunfire. The soldier is trying to call for back up or something with a phone. You can clearly see this is a coiled corded phone, yet those phones were not around in ww2. This is a pretty big one.
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Dan on 07-30-2001
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Mett writes:
They had that type of receiver on field radios of the time. Don't know the exact name for it PRC-something, but the receiver is consistent.
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MattTheBrave writes:
the cord wasnt even coiled, it was a metal cord like the arcades use to hold their electric guns for area 51 in place.
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