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English: A humorous cartoon from the 1936 Berlin Olympics envisages the year 2000. Television technology has progressed to the point where spectators can watch events at home while radio, applying "wireless" technology, carries their promptings and applause to loudspeakers in the stadium. It appeared in the Olympia-Sonderheft of the Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung.
Date 5 June 2012
Source scanned from a facsimile of the original
Author cartoonist for the Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung


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