(Original Caption) Built for the Office of Strategic Services, this tiny "M.B." Camera- no larger than its namesake, a matchbox- could be easily hidden in a man's hand and used to take a picture under the cloak of such a simple gesture as lighting a cigarette or reading. Eastman Kodak discloses it designed and built 1,000 of these cameras for use by OSS Agents and underground forces during World War II.
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May 17th, 2020
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