Rare promotional postcard for ordering a Turntable made by WIREWAY with a special magnetic needle. Brussels, 1940s. The manufacturer tries to convince through examples of needle use during the war.
On the front of the postcard is a caricature mocking Hitler in pajamas with swastikas, and details about the new Turntable: "Hitler was very embarrassed when London radio reminded him of his recorded lies on steel wires. Allied pilots used the same wire to report...a hair-thin wire! And yet what a weapon! This magnetic wire not only serves the war against dictators. This precious device is mass-produced and is accessible to all...for a few cents you can record on a rigid sound wire reusable for records, concerts, symphonies, jazz music...The WIREWAY is the most advanced device on the market...return this card and receive an illustrated brochure".
On the back of the postcard is an illustration of the recorder turntable, and the distribution address in Brussels for those interested in purchasing.
9x14 cm. On the back of the postcard, the customer filled his personal details for ordering the turntable. Good condition.