The Most Influential People, Products and Events of the 20th Century

May 1999
Progressive Grocer;May99, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p24
Trade Publication
Lists the most influential people, products and events of the 20th century. Introduction of the first amateur camera called the Brownie by Eastman Kodak company in 1900; Debut of the Hershey bar in 1921; Television broadcasting in 1939; Bill Gates of Microsoft Corp.


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