The Wireless Men & Women at War book
A copy of this historical Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) publication is now available to those researching war history in Canberra. The Australian War Memorial Acquisitions Officer, Elise Horspool, said it was with delight that a copy of the Wireless Men & Women at War book was donated by the WIA for the collection.
Jim Linton - VK3PC
Earlier, a complimentary copy went to all of its 19 contributing authors, who through their stories and pictures told of how radio amateurs contributed to the war effort and its aftermath. Each copy had a covering letter written by the WIA President Justin Giles-Clark VK7TW, thanking them for their fine contribution. The Wireless Men & Woman at War book is available from the online WIA bookshop.
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