Today’s youth has probably never used an analog phone in their lifetime and might only know rotary dial phones from old movies and TV series. Most older people have also made the switch, but the classics of the telephone world have not been forgotten. The author himself is a lover of analog telephones and is the proud owner of a colorful collection. He now allows people to look at his collection by sharing photos and information in this new book. He allows them to peek into the past; to see something that is no longer “in” and is slowly being used less and less, but is still there. Some phones were also taken apart to show how it all actually worked.
Although the illustrated book “Europe’s colorful telephone family” by Christoph T. M. Krause has a focus on analog telephones from Europe, classics from other parts of the world are not neglected. In this extensive book, readers can also take a look at telephones from Australia and Japan, which shows how different cultures are quite similar, yet still different. The book is a great read for everyone who is interested in the history of telephones, as the author provides a lot of interesting information in addition to many photos.
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