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Wireless for the Warrior Volumes 1-4 and

Compendium 1.


Wireless for the Warrior Volumes 1-4 and Compendium 1 are available by mail order from Wimborne Publishing Ltd EPE Magazine & Radio Bygones Book Service.

The easiest and most convenient way to order is online via the Internet book store.

Books are normally kept in stock and dispatched within seven days. Note that when purchasing more than one book postage reduction may apply. Contact the Book Service for details.


EPE Magazine & Radio Bygones Book Service

Wimborne Publishing Ltd

113 Lynwood Drive

Merley, Wimborne

Dorset BH21 1UU, England

Phone:  +44 (0)1202 880299

Fax:      +44 (0)1202 843233

Email:    radiobygones@wimborne.co.uk

Website: www.epemag.com (‘On line shop’ tab) or more convenient the direct link to the books


Wireless for the Warrior Compendiums 2-7.


Wireless for the Warrior Compendiums 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are only available direct from the ‘Print On Demand’ printing company via the Internet WftW Bookshop at www.lulu.com/spotlight/wftw


Print on demand (POD) is a printing technology in which new copies of a book are not printed until an order has been received, which means books can be printed one at a time. Each order is printed and shipped locally, which reduces delivery time and postal costs.


For discount codes see HERE. For the latest

Discounts go to the lulu.com discount page.


Dutch/Belgian/German readers


Readers from Holland, Belgium and Germany may obtain WftW Compendium 1 direct from the publisher:

Uitgeverij Emaus, Gasthuisstraat 12, 7141 BT, Groenlo, Holland. For details:

email emausgrafisch@planet.nl

telephone +31 (0)544461802



Radio Bygones logo lulu logo Emaus logo

Wimborne Publishing Ltd are also the publishers of Radio Bygones, the leading magazine for vintage radio enthusiasts.

Whether your interest in yesterday's technology is only in military communications, or extends also to domestic radio and TV, amateur radio, aeronautical or marine communications, radar and radio-navigation, instruments, broadcasting, audio and recording, or professional radio systems fixed or mobile, Radio Bygones is the magazine for you.


Articles on restoration and repair, history, circuit techniques, personalities, reminiscences and just plain nostalgia - you'll find them all.  Plus features on museums and private collections and a full-colour photo-feature in every issue.


It's mostly about valves, of course, but 'solid-state' - whether of the coherer and spark-gap variety or the pioneering days of semiconductors-also has a place.

From the days of Maxwell, Herz, Lodge and Marconi to what was the state-of-the-art just a few short years ago ... Radio Bygones covers it all.


Radio Bygones is published six times a year by postal subscription; it is not available at newsagents. Annual subscription rates (March 2013) are £25 to UK addresses, £27 to Europe, or £32.00 elsewhere by airmail.

To take out a subscription, or to order a sample copy, contact the publisher's address given above. In addition, when you have access to the Internet, you may go to the link www.radiobygones.co.uk. Through it you can take out a subscription to RB, use the 'small adds' section and the message board (‘Chat Zone') The latter is for benefit of not only RB readers, but visitors to the site as well. Via the board you can post questions, discuss magazine-related topics and to discuss views, nostalgia and tips.


Online issues are available to buy and download at www.radiobygones.co.uk (a free issue is available to download)

Radio Bygones sample cover.

For ordering assistance click here

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