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e-Book Battle for the Airwaves: Radio and the 1938 Munich Crisis download

e-Book Battle for the Airwaves: Radio and the 1938 Munich Crisis download

by David Vaughan

ISBN: 8086212793
ISBN13: 978-8086212791
Language: English
Publisher: Cook Communications; First edition (September 17, 2008)
Pages: 250
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1938 was a turning point in the histories of Europe and the media.

1938 was a turning point in the histories of Europe and the media. When Hitler annexed Austria and then turned his attention to Czechoslovakia.

David Vaughan It’s rather strange to be at the other end of the microphone! Your book is called Battle for the Airwaves . Its subtitle is ‘Radio and the 1938 Munich Crisis’. What prompted you to write this, I think your first book?

David Vaughan It’s rather strange to be at the other end of the microphone! Your book is called Battle for the Airwaves and it isn’t simply a history or description of the Munich crisis. What prompted you to write this, I think your first book? Yes, it is my first book. I’ve been working in radio for the best part of the last 20 years, and so radio is really my world

Battle for the Airwaves book.

Battle for the Airwaves book. Battle for the Airwaves looks at the Munich crisis as it was played out on the radio stations of Czechoslovakia, Germany, Britain and the United States, and reveals just how central a role radio pl 1938 was a turning point in the histories of Europe and the media. When Hitler annexed Austria and then turned his attention to Czechoslovakia, radio was at the heart of events.

I’m sure his other book, Battle of the Airwaves: Radio and the 1938 Munich Crisis, will be of interest to shortwave .

Pavla Horáková spoke to David Vaughan and their conversation begins with a few paragraphs from the book. com/radio prague media/www.

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The Munich crisis was at its height. For the first time in history, the public could tune into their radios every night and hear, boot by boot, accusation by accusation, threat by threat, the rumblings that seemed inevitably leading to a world wa. :164–165. In a study published in book form as The Invasion from Mars (1940), Princeton professor Hadley Cantril calculated that some six million people heard "The War of the Worlds" broadcast. 56 He estimated that . million listeners believed the broadcast was an actual news bulletin and, of those, . million people were frightened or disturbed.

500 "Archive radio recordings 1932-1939 Rozhlasové archivní nahrávky 1932-1939"-CD. 546 Text is in both English and Czech on inverted paging; CD contains recordings that are in English, Czech, and German. 630 00 Munich Four-Power Agreement d(1938) 650 0 Radio in propaganda zCzechoslovakia xHistory y20th century. 650 0 Radio in propaganda zGermany xHistory y20th century. 650 0 Radio in propaganda zGreat Britain xHistory y20th century. 650 0 Radio in propaganda zUnited States xHistory y20th century. 651 0 Czechoslovakia xHistory y1918-1938 vSources.

Hardcover published 2008-09-17 in Czech Republic by Cook Communications. Alert if: New Price below.

1938 was a turning point in the histories of Europe and the media. When Hitler annexed Austria and then turned his attention to Czechoslovakia, radio was at the heart of events. Battle for the Airwaves looks at the Munich crisis as it was played out on the radio stations of Czechoslovakia, Germany, Britain and the United States, and reveals just how central a role radio played in the run-up to the Munich Agreement and beyond. It is a story of propaganda and counter-propaganda, censorship and self-censorship. It is also a story of courage and innovation. Munich was a fateful step in the road to World War Two; it also marked the beginning of the age of the electronic media. Published in English and Czech in a single, illustrated, hardback volume, Battle for the Airwaves is accompanied by a CD recording of key British, Czechoslovak, German and American radio broadcasts from 1938.
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