Towards the end of World War II, about 12,000 troopers of the German Army were engaged in intercepting the radio traffic of an increasingly powerful adversary. With the decline of the information gained by intelligence through aerial observation, prisoner of war interrogations and reports from enemy agents, communication intelligence became increasingly important. As a result of communication intelligence, German commanders were better informed about the enemy and his intentions than in any previous war.
1. NO013 includes 2 Figures, 1 Table, 1 Chair & 1 Radio Set.
2. Simple Self Assembly is required.