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    Default About the post war development of Japanese binoculars.



    I don't know if this link has been posted before on our forum. It popped up on the Dutch forum today, so I share it here.

    http://kutarr.lib.kochi-tech.ac.jp/d.../SMS08-105.pdf

    Have a nice read!
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    Default Re: About the post war development of Japanese binoculars.

    Thank you very much, John! I have downloaded for some relaxed reading later on.
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    Default Re: About the post war development of Japanese binoculars.

    This is very interesting history John.
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    Default Re: About the post war development of Japanese binoculars.

    Thanks much for an interesting read. I wonder if a more updated survey has been published?
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