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Instant Cooking: Microwave Ovens

J. Williams
Published 2017 · History

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Percy Lebaron Spencer was yet another American farm boy. He was born in 1894 in Howland in Maine and had a very hard upbringing as his father died when he was still an infant. His mother could not cope and he was taken in by a poor uncle and aunt and as a result had little formal schooling. However, he became interested in electricity and educated himself in the subject. Joining the Navy before the First World War he went to Radio School and learned about the upcoming field of electronics. When discharged at the end of the war he was thoroughly conversant with the subject.1



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