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Art of Amateur Radio Japan : The Quartz Hill Collection

Many amateur radio operators include entertaining art work on their personal QSL cards, and here are some of the cartoon style characters featuring on a selection of such cards from Japan.

This is Station WLKT Miho

In 1946, British announcer Peter Knowlden introduced radio programs to British Commonwealth Occupation Forces at Miho Airfield in Japan with the words ‘This is Station…

Japan AM Radio Dial 1941

During 1941, Japanese radio audiences had almost 50 local AM radio stations they could listen to for a large part of each broadcasting day. In…

Tokyo Rose Broadcasts

by James Wood Major Cousens had become friendly with Iva Togura, a Japanese-American girl, who, stranded and unable to return to California, had found some…

Radio Tokyo at War

by James Wood As is the case with most government-funded broadcasting services, Nippon Hoso Kyokai, the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation, in 1941 had a national and…

Art of Radio © Japan

Art of Radio © Japan by David Ricquish Japanese radio stations have created and supported a spectacular body of commercial art work since the early…

Radio in the Puppet State of Manchuria

JQAK Dairen and MTCY Hsinking (Port Arthur) by Dr Adrian Peterson In the three eras of expansion in the nearby areas of coastal Asia, the…

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