Shortwave In Wartime

There seems to be a lot of interest lately in how shortwave listeners and hams helped out in World War II, either by decoding messages or relaying prisoner-of-war messages.

Author Lisa Spahr has written a book “WW II Radio Heroes: Letters of compassion”.

This recent story appeared on The Journal News website.

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One thought on “Shortwave In Wartime”

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