Students learn to send and receive Morse code messages from U.S. and Burmese instructors in Burma during World War II.
Burma Date:1943 Duration:3 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. OSS (Office of Strategic Services) officers train Burmese recruits in Burma during World War II. Students learn to send and receive Morse code messages. American and Burmese officers train the students. The instructors and students in a field. They remove the equipment from bags and lay it out on the ground. Students set up the equipment and cables. One student uses headphones at a radio transmitter. They make adjustments to the equipment and set up the antenna. An American instructor guides and helps the students. Students operate telegraphs and write down the decoded massage. Students take turn to operate the telegraph. The instructor supervises and check the students' messages. A Burmese instructor demonstrates and helps students set up the equipment.
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