The Voices: Spying and Radio Warfare During the Cold War

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Author(s):
Gordon Adams, G3LEQ
Publisher:
Radio Society of Great Britain
Format:
Paperback
Pages:
120
ISBN-13:
9781910193532

Based on the series of RadCom articles published in 2000-2001, this book has been edited from those articles and expanded with new pictures and omitted material from the series. 

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Recommended reading for those interested in the Cold War and the radio warfare that took place in the latter part of the 20th century, this book has been produced as a tribute to the late Gordon Adams, G3LEQ. Based on the series of RadCom articles published in 2000-2001, this book has been edited from those articles and expanded with new pictures and omitted material from the series. 

Many are aware of the spying activity that took place following WWII until the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991. Few though are aware of the radio jamming, broadcasts of encrypted messages or any of the other electronic skulduggery that took place during this time. This book shines a light on these activities that range from the extraordinary to the most mundane but most disruptive imaginable.