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  • DonnaJean McWhite

    German company Burk Braun sold Radium Schokolade between 1931 and 1936. It was promoted as chocolate that would make the consumer younger.

  • Adam Sterling

    Radium chocolate. An open box of this is always open somewhere in the Mesa Lair.

  • John O'Leary

    Radioactive Chocolate bar, 1930s

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