Pearl Harbour and Amateur Radio
Wednesday saw the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbour
attack, and some press stories commemorating the event mention the use
of amateur radio
in the months leading up to the attack.
An article written by Michael Evans for The Times newspaper and available from The Australian newspaper website says:
“There is strong evidence that the naval attache's office
in Washington operates a short-wave sending and receiving set disguised
as an 'amateur station' and that it is linked to the numerous ham
stations known to be operated by Japanese on the West Coast and in
Read The Australian article Pearl Harbor attack warnings 'were ignored'