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Subject: [Leica] Cold War In A Trash Bag
From: benedenia at gmail.com (Marty Deveney)
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2012 12:54:24 +1030
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> is the premise verified as true?
Seems to be, I'm checking - I have some contacts in the Ukraine.
I have no doubt it is feasible. When I started travelling in Central
and Eastern Europe in the 1990s there was no interest in Communist-era
anything, and newspapers were recycling tonnes of silver from their
photo archives when they went digital.
In reply to:
Message from montoid at earthlink.net (Montie) ([Leica] Cold War In A Trash Bag)
Message from benedenia at gmail.com (Marty Deveney) ([Leica] Cold War In A Trash Bag)
Message from ricc at embarqmail.com (Ric Carter) ([Leica] Cold War In A Trash Bag)