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During WWII the company became state-owned because of its relations to Germany, and was forced to produce sextants and military optical rangefinders, and then it was sold as "enemy-asset".

I would like to have some clarification of the corporate history during this period, as I find this sentence unclear. Was the US Agfa Ansco company making products for the German government? And was then seized by the US government as an "enemy asset"? References needed.--Vox 10:04, 27 February 2011 (PST)

Why is the "Agfa Memo" on this page? --John Kratz 18:36, 25 July 2011 (PDT)

Video ad

The video ad in the page originally appeared on the Internet Archive in the adviews section. I don't think this is a cinema ad, partly because I've seen several other ads using some of the same footage and they come across as TV ads. Here is the Internet Archive section I mentioned: The ads in this section are all public domain and could be used somehow in the articles HappySwordsman (talk) 05:49, 1 July 2015 (CDT)