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RatCreature ([personal profile] ratcreature) wrote in [personal profile] melannen 2017-02-18 01:35 am (UTC)

By using those they probably had more capacity for mass production than with the traditional book printing presses, even with paperbacks already existing, iirc those got more popular as book format post-WWII so there might not have been as many pre-war presses for them and as far as machine production priorities go additional printing presses probably weren't high.

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