Radio group Packard.
Espionage group Leopold Vindictif from Zwolle.
The AC transmitter from Dr. Brouwer and WT operator Willem Tuyn.
Story of a SOE WT operator in France.
Dropped WT material in The Netherlands.
SOE radiofrequencies.
Active WT stations in Holland during the war.
The B MkII SOE wireless set
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Report by Ton van Schendel, Chief operator Radiodienst.
The transmitter of Frits Lokven in Amsterdam.
BI/SIS agent/WT operator Louis d'Aulnis aka SPIJKER.
Radio Amateurs as WT Operators during the war.
The WT Operator, a piece written by the CIA after the war.
The A Mk I wireless set by John Heartfield.
Report written by LEO.
The British Radio Security Service.
American Voice Interceptors in airplanes.
Map German air defence.
German airfields in Holland.
German Anti Aircraft batteries in Holland.
German Radar stations in Holland.
German searchlights in Holland.
Communication during the war in Holland.
Network Packard, a communication resistance group in Holland.
WT Operator Willem Tuin.
Network agent Lodo van Hamel, aka WINDMILL.
Net work agent Hans Zomer, aka ZEBRA.
Network SOE agent Huib Lauwers, aka EBENEZER.
Network agent Willem van der Reyden, aka ROVER.
A SOE wireless sked.
Transmitter location tracking by radio direction finding.
Network SOE agent Han Jordaan, aka TRUMPET-MINOR.
Wireless links between Holland and England.
Parlementary Enquete Committee questions about radio links with England.
HS7/33. SOE Signals.
SOE radiofrequencies.
HS7/42. SOE Signals History.
Radioprocedures.
NBS WT-NETWORK
Radioprocedures.