Radio Enthusiasts Helped Win World War II

During WWII, the expertise of amateur radio operators was called upon by the government to help crack codes transmitted by the Nazis.

The full story from the BBC is “The teenage radio enthusiasts who helped to win World War II”

Back in New Zealand, broadcast DXers also played their part by contributing to the work of the Prisoner of War Message Service. You can find the article “DXers Brought Hope to Thousands” on the New Zealand Radio DX League website.

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