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why did tvs become so popular after the ww2?

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Although TVs were invented in the 1930s, very few sets were produced during the war years. Manufacturers made products for the war, not for civilian consumers.

Not only were TVs a novelty, they provided enjoyable family entertainment right in the families' own homes.

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