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I have been making replica Cobra toolkit bags for years with original and new British Everflex vinyl depending on the look you want. Correct ties and cotton thread as original.
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I recently had a German friend send this e-mail to the Elora Company:
...Were the "made in Germany" wrenches made from holdover molds from before the war? Or were some factories using "Made in Germany" and others using "Made in West Germany"?
Thank you for any enlightenment you can provide about this finding."
I was impressed by this fact of separation concerning the labels, and searched about it. It was indeed how your letter says, ""West German Pottery" is a term describing pottery made in former West Germany between 1949 & 1989."

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Now, I've become interested if there were the same situations with textiles during the Vietnam War... Overall, I am a student in the history faculty who is keen on literature about our past. "A Rumor of War" is a book by Philip Caputo which made me meditate. https://freebooksummary.com/category/a-rumor-of-war is the source where I found more about the Vietnam War described in the masterpiece, emphasizing ideas from various perspectives about conflict, the military, and war. The service's free book summary was an ideal way to understand the read book better.

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