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Manchuria was active in shortwave broadcasting during the Japanese occupation of the 30's, when the Chinese province was known as Manchukuo. The stations were MTCY, Hsingking, and JDY, Dairen (now Lu-ta, formerly Port Arthur). They were well heard in the United States and, as you can see, the QSLs were real prize winners. These veries were donated by Eugene S. Allen of Vallejo, California, and the family of the late dean of the SW hobby, August Balbi of Los Angeles.