The Clandestine Radio Operators by Jean-Louis Perquin (2011-05-01)

The Clandestine Radio Operators by Jean Louis Perquin

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    785 thoughts on “The Clandestine Radio Operators by Jean-Louis Perquin (2011-05-01)

    • Très bien documenté et très belles photos! On plonge avec plaisir dans le monde secret de la radio pendant la WW2


    • As a stealth amateur radio operator, I was thrilled to purchase a copy of this great book. I had seen other books on the subject matter and on nearly every aspect of World War II but this was the book I thought I was searching for. It compliments another book I own entitled, " Wireless for the Warrior", vol.4 (UK) that chronicles the history of clandestine radio communication equipment.I recently purchased the book, "Spy Princess" which chronicles the life and 12-week SOE clandestine wireless op [...]


    • "The Clandestine Radio Operators" by Jean-Louis Perquin (Histoire & Collections;; Paris, EU, 2011) tops all published accounts of WW2 covert espionage communications in occupied France. It is an outstanding production. Just in terms of graphic arts the book exemplifies the highest quality of printing, photojournalism, writing and editing. Its content (image and text) is accurate in detail, exciting in description, complete from agent recuitment and training to deployment and operation. The b [...]


    • Because of the high-quality in its production, it's almost a slightly scaled-down version of what I'd call a coffee-table book. Fine text, stories, and vignettes. However, the focus is on the actual gear used and the methods. The photography (B&W and color) done to document the vintage equipment (and sadly not much remains) is superb.If you are a radio operator, particularly someone who likes the simplicity of thrown wire, low power and a Morse key, this is a must-have. Ditto if you are Worl [...]


    • This book is mostly old photos from WWII showing low power radio equipment, operators and the conditions under which they operated behind enemy lines. The captions and short commentary contain many typos or translation errors but the sense of urgency, danger, and inventiveness still comes through. This book can not be skimmed lightly, one must take the time to place one self into each photo setting and try to be there and feel the reality. Given this level of effort, this book effected me deeply [...]


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