Prisoner of War broadcasts and propaganda radio with interviews with prisoners of war in Germany and Japan.

During WWII the Germans and Japanese used propaganda broadcasts to discourage American and allied soldiers and their families. To get them to listen to the broadcasts they did interviews with captured soldiers, who gave details about their location and condition. The Japanese broadcast was called “Radio Tokyo.” The German broadast was called “Calling Back Home” and was played nightly on the 31 and 49 meter bands in Berlin. Learn more about ham radio on our resources page.

Radio Tokyo Broadcast

November 16, 1941 - Interview with Sergeant Charles George Campbell of Quebec, Canada.

News Radio During World War II

A sampling of the news during world war two and around the Japanese declaration of war with FDR and others.

FDR Talks About Democracy

PPresident Franklin Delano Roosevelt talking about American democracy.

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