Interests

 

WWII German and Japanese radios

National HRO receivers and similar radios made in different countries - “HRO clones”.

Rack-mount communications receivers and speakers, especially National and RCA.

Radio during WWII, with a special interest in the history and high frequency direction finding (HF/DF) performed by the FCC's Radio Intelligence Division (RID)Portable and suitcase radio direction finding radios.

WWII spy and suitcase radios such as the American PRC-1, PRC-5 and AR-11, British B2, and the German SE90/40 suitcase radios.

Radios used by Pan American Airways (“Pan Am”) or any other airline prior to WWII.

Radio and The Disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan

Radios used on U.S., British, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Italian submarines in WWII.

Anything lost, anywhere - sunken ships, lost aircraft, buried items, anything waiting to be found.

Historical non-fiction, especially any book from the Naval Institute Press.