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Shortwave Radio Broadcasting: How To Steer A Nation To War

Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 1.26.55 PMThe 1941 book, War On the Shortwave, by Harold N. Graves, Jr. illustrates how the Nazis used radio broadcasts very soon after the Jesuit priest Adolf Hitler was placed in power in 1933.

Hitler was a well-trained Jesuit, schooled in the art of propaganda and mind-control, and he used his gifts of oratory and persuasion to “lead” the German people to believe that the National Socialist Party, the Nazis, were the key to bringing the nation to world power.

Curiously, the FCC, in the Communications Act of 1934, began regulating all amateur radio broadcasts in America.

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