On this page the objects, World War II related, that one encounters during quests for usable radios and radio parts.
|Message Book M-210 - Signal Corps U.S. Army||Photos can be clicked for an enlargement.|
|This is small booklet radio
operators used to take messages. This example has never been used and is
besides some corrosion on the staples, in mint condition.
Not a single sheet is used and carbon and protector sheet are all in place.
|From the instructions I guess that this booklet was used for outgoing messages. Used between the writer of the message and the radio room.|
|The message is written down on this form.|
|A list of admitted abbreviations. Everything is regulated.|
|Box, Fuses, 10, Air Ministry|
|A small cardboard box, containing 10 fuses.|
|Resistors 2A, 1,500 Ohms, ZA 15416|
|The content of this little
package is clear.
It is not opened, so I don't really know how these resistors will look.
I am not going to open it!
|Wire W-147 CNK|
|This waxed paper container holds a spool with antenna wire.|
|It's a wooden spool. I don't know where it is from, but I could imagine it is from a "Gibson Girl" emergency radio set.|
|Top of the spool.|