Opticals and Bottlenecks

December 1940
New Republic;12/23/40, Vol. 103 Issue 26, p872
Presents letters to the editor referencing an article by Alan Barth on German patent to control of Bausch and Lomb Inc. instruments from army and navy use, published in the December 2, 1940 issue of the periodical. Endorsement of efforts of Bausch and Lomb to develop the best types of optical instruments; Decree signed by Bausch and Lomb, with the Department of Justice.


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