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What were the new inventions of 1900-1910?

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2011-01-20 14:38:47
2011-01-20 14:38:47

The telephone,aircraft auto pilot, traffic light, fridge , the zipper, and tin foil was replaced by aluminum. The transatlantic wireless communication (Marconi), the automobile, the newspaper began to be sold town wide to everyone, there are many more.

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