Allied soldiers prepare material for especially prepared German broadcasts at Radio Luxembourg during World War II.
Luxembourg Date:1944 Duration:1 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
Radio Luxembourg operated by the Allied Forces' Psychological Warfare Division to break down German morale and induce nazi troops to surrender during World War II. The Radio Luxembourg station in Luxembourg. U.S. Army soldiers in the recording studio. They read information from a document over the microphone. Other soldiers seated inside. Towers at Radio Luxembourg, the most powerful long wave station in Europe. A man at the controls. officers check the wavelengths. for various locations of reach. The Radio Luxembourg news room. Army Intelligence and other military sources prepare material for the especially prepared German broadcasts. The recording studio: A soldier operates controls. Two soldiers seated at a table. They read from a document into a microphone.
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