Car Tape Deck
A man thinks he may have inherited the first commercially produced automobile tape player in the U.S.
Even more fascinating is the possibility that the technology to produce this early tape player was stolen from the Nazis in a secret mission in the closing days of World War II.
Join History Detectives for a great American road trip, as they head to Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia to examine the clandestine world of high technology espionage and shed light on the little known story of how the U.S. gained the industrial upper hand following World War II.
- Also with Tukufu Zuberi Florida Map How did this faded map help unlock the riches of the New World?
- Related Investigation Baker's Gold What role did these unusual drawings play in one of the largest mass migrations in American history?
- Also with Tukufu Zuberi Army Muster Roll What can a Continental Army muster roll tell us about this remarkable African-American soldier?
- Also with Tukufu Zuberi Japanese Balloon Bomb Is this scrap of fabric evidence of a secret wartime attack on the United States' mainland?
- Also in Season 3 Civil War Balloon Could this piece of frayed material be from the country's first military airship?
- Also in Season 3 Slave Banjo Is this the only surviving banjo carried by former slaves following Emancipation?
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