(Louis Meulstee’s web site)
Although it was tempting to publish a huge list of related links, I considered that
providing a minor, but selected list of other web sites where this work already has
been done would be more efficient.
The Royal Corps of Signals Museum.
REME Museum of Technology.
The Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society.
The Vintage and Military Amateur Radio Society (VMARS).
Surplus Radio Society.
The Wireless Set No. 19.
The Wireless-Set-No19 Group Royal Signals.
The Dutch Royal Corps of Signals (Verbindingsdienst).
Martin Swift's (G4NCE) Green Radio.
Japanese Military Radio Museum.
Radista Telecom Equipment Ex Yugoslav Army.
Walt Gromov's Radio Museum. (RKK Museum) Moscow.
RAF Signals Museum RAF Henlow.
Cryptomuseum, a virtual museum in Eindhoven.
Military History Institute in Prague
Zelena vlna. (Green wave)
Musee des Communications in Champagne, France
Norway’s Resistance Museum, Oslo
Spy Museum Berlin, Welt der Spione GmbH
Crosem Italian radio forum
Grön Radio Swedish military radio sets
Antique Radio Classified links to related web sites.
NHRF Norwegian Historical Radio Society.
The Telegraph Office.
Antique Wireless Association.
WW2 Talk Interesting, useful and active forum.
GFGF Society of Friends of the History of Radio Communication.
General history of radio links
Browsing through these lists it is surprising to see how many web sites are dealing
with the history of (military) radio communication.