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LINKS TO SOME HELLSCHREIBER-RELATED WEBSITES

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  • Feld Hell Club Offical Yahoo Group.
  • Here is the (small) Hellschreiber page of Ottar, LA9IHA.
  • Here is the (small) Hellschreiber page of Marius at HF-FAX (under construction, October 2008); his overview of tape-fax history is here.
  • VK3AMA Hell mode QSO activity spotter page.
  • Data (digi) Mode QSO activity spot page (including "Hell") by Risto, W6RK

External links last checked: October 2015

LINKS TO SOME WEBSITES THAT COVER 1920-1945 GERMAN RADIOS AND THEIR TECHNOLOGY

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  • Click here for the authoritative website of the "Foundation for German communication and related technologies (History of Technology)", where Arthur Bauer (PAØAOB) has collected and organized an incredible amount of information on the fascinating (and often superior) German communication and related technologies of the 1930s and 1940s.
  • Arthur's has added a special webpage about his "radio shack" with a Feld-Hell machine, beautiful and excellent German WWII transmitters and receivers, and a description of his involvement with "Hell" since 1975.
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  • The WW2 radio page of Helge Fyske, LA6NCA, is here; his radio main page is here.
  • The WW2 German radio page of Jan-Martin LA8AK (SK 2005) are here & here.
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  • WWII Military Radio Technology (battlefrequencies.com): Yuri Desyatnik has devoted his website mostly to military communication technology produced prior to 1946, and focuses on WWII German technology and equipment, including restoration.
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  • "Crypto Museum" is a virtual museum created by Paul Reuvers and Marc Simons, for capturing and presenting historical cipher machines such as the well-known Enigma machine, spy equipment and the like.
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  • "Radiomuseum" is a vast virtual radio museum and antique radio catalog. It covers crystal receivers, loop antennas, speakers, rectifiers, Hi-Fi amplifiers, record players, tape recorders, microphones, Old Time amateur gear, "boat anchors", tubes/valves, schematics, etc. The organization has thousands of members and the home page is here.

External links last checked: October 2015


ARTICLES THAT PROVIDE A NICE OVERVIEW OF GERMAN WW2 RADIOS AND ELECTRONICS HISTORY


Some related discussions of WWII German communication and radar equipment is here:


Note 1: due to copyright reasons, this file is in a password-protected directory. Contact me if you need access for research or personal study purposes.

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