This reference book is a compendium of the history and development of radio communication equipment in use by the British Army over the period 1932-1945. This period represents two milestones in the technical progress of British military radio communications. Volume 1 relates to Wireless Sets Nos. 1- 88, covering the early radios prior to the outbreak of World War II, and wartime sets which were never released in large quantities or were abandoned after trials. Only a summary of data is given for the standard WWII equipment, which for reasons of space is dealt with in a separate Volume.
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