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Here's another batch of simple yet clever gadgets and accessories.

Here's another batch of simple yet clever gadgets and accessories.

The first jet engine was invented in 1930. Hans von Ohain of Germany was the designer of the first operational jet engine, though credit for the invention of the jet engine went to Great Britain's Frank Whittle. Whittle, who registered a patent for the turbojet engine in 1930, received that recognition but did not perform a flight test until 1941.

The first jet engine was invented in 1930. Hans von Ohain of Germany was the designer of the first operational jet engine, though credit for the invention of the jet engine went to Great Britain's Frank Whittle. Whittle, who registered a patent for the turbojet engine in 1930, received that recognition but did not perform a flight test until 1941.

imgur: the simple image sharer

imgur: the simple image sharer

An Icall permanent waving machine from 1934. (Photo: Louis Calvete/CC BY-SA 3.0) The Alarming Aesthetics of Jazz Age Perm Machines | Atlas Obscura

An Icall permanent waving machine from 1934. (Photo: Louis Calvete/CC BY-SA 3.0) The Alarming Aesthetics of Jazz Age Perm Machines | Atlas Obscura

3.SS Panzer Division 'Totenkopf', Warsaw 1944.  He looks to be no older then 15

3.SS Panzer Division 'Totenkopf', Warsaw 1944. He looks to be no older then 15

NB: the pull closes from the rear, not the front, seems much more secure & structural.

NB: the pull closes from the rear, not the front, seems much more secure & structural.

initial ‘R’  chansonnier, Bruges 1542  Cambrai, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 125B fol. 133v

initial ‘R’ chansonnier, Bruges 1542 Cambrai, Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 125B fol. 133v

cat with penis (not its own!) in mouth. lead badge found at Groede in the Netherlands, 1350x1400. 18mm high. scanned from Jos koldeweij, "Geloof & Geluk" (Arnhem, 2006)

cat with penis (not its own!) in mouth. lead badge found at Groede in the Netherlands, 1350x1400. 18mm high. scanned from Jos koldeweij, "Geloof & Geluk" (Arnhem, 2006)

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katzenelenboglen.JPG