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Inventions & Important People of the 1940s

By Jacob Driver
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Jacob Driver

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of Inventions & Important People of the 1940s

Velcro
Frisbee
Tupperware
Color TV
Jeep
Microwave Oven
Slinky
Atomic Bomb Mohandas Gandhi: Activist
Adolf Hitler: War General
Walt Disney: Entrepreneur
Jackie Robinson: Baseball Player
Frank Sinatra: Musician
Albert Einstein: Physicist There were many important inventions in the
1940s, but none of these would be possible without
people to make them. Inventions & Important People of the 1940s Important People Important Inventions Introduction By Jacob Driver Relationship These two subjects are very similar.
Peter Goldmark invented Color TV in 1940.
Albert Einstein helped invent the first atomic bomb in 1945.
Walter Frederick Morrison invented the Frisbee in 1948. How They Affect Us We still use lots of the inventions from the 1940s today.
We still use Color TV, Tupperware, the Frisbee, Velcro and much more. Bibliography http://www.wwwk.co.uk/culture/inventions/40s/index.htm
http://kclibrary.lonestar.edu/decade40.html
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