5 thoughts on “Video: How VEF radios were made in 1936

  1. Harry

    I have seen the Atwater Kent building in Philadelphia (actually one of the two buildings was demolished when the Roosevelt Expressway was constructed). The buildings were considered cutting edge with skylights to permit natural light. They were once the largest radio manufacturer in the world. It now houses city employees. The name is still on the main entrance.

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  2. Kris Partridge

    The manual skills employed in the making of those radios, amazing.!
    One wonders how many of those radios survived the Second World War; The Great Patriotic War, and the Soviet Era ?

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