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1943 Dutch News Broadcasts (.mp3):
D43-01-20 Princess Juliana gives birth to Margriet in Ottawa D43-02-04 Max Blokzijl warns of Bolshevik menace D43-02-08 News on the death of General Seyffardt D43-02-28 Destruction of allied tanks and planes E43-03-02 Bomber raid on Berlin D43-03-09 We are a day closer to our liberation - Vklop D43-03-11 And yet we will get those Germans! - Vklop D43-03-28 Bombing of Rotterdam shipyards and tribute to Royal Air Force D43-03-28 Dutch keep up their resistance D43-04-11 Holland Calling - Dutch Quisling radio D43-04-24 Rotterdam and tribute to mariners D43-05-08 The capture of Tunis and Bizerta by the allies D43-05-10 Queen Wilhelmina on the 3rd anniversary of occupation D43-05-15 Daylight raid of US bombers on Velsen D43-05-17 All radio sets in Holland to be confiscated D43-05-22 Rout of the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto D43-05-31 Anton Mussert - Dutch Quisling Leader D43-06-29 Christening service of Princess Margriet in Ottawa D43-07-14 The exploits of a Royal Dutch Navy submarine D43-07-17 Flying Fortresses bomb industrial targets in Amsterdam D43-07-23 Air attacks on Surabaya - Dutch East Indies D43-07-26 Bombing of Schiphol airport and Fokker factory in Amsterdam D43-07-26 Mussolini resigns, Marshal Bodelio takes over D43-08-05 Princess Irene's 4th birthday E43-09-03 The invasion of Italy from Sicily D43-09-03 The invasion of Italy from Sicily D43-09-05 Queen Wilhelmina speaks D43-09-08 Eisenhower's words on the surrender of Italy D43-09-08 Italy surrenders unconditionally D43-09-25 Smolensk and Briansk fall to the Russians D43-09-25 Smolensk and Briansk D43-09-27 Exploits of a Royal Netherlands Navy vessel in English Channel D43-10-09 Sounds of German Jamming
The shortwave radio, nicknamed "Struyk", broke down on November 1, 1943.
It had to be secretly repaired and was back in operation on January 11, 1944.