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Author Topic: Not an everyday find: German Archaeologists came across a Russian spy radio  (Read 137 times)

Offline Skipmuck

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Really neat radio. There's a LOT of information, pictures and even a few audio clips here:

https://www.cryptomuseum.com/spy/r394/index.htm
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