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February 1995

The Soviet Union was a major player in the shortwave game of the 1930's. Reported one RADEX reader in 1938: "I was turning the dials this afternoon around 1:45 and I heard a station on 25 meters, something new to me, playing violin music. The music stopped and a voice, 'This Is Moscow calling . . .' He talked entirely in English, asking for reports of reception, giving the address as Radio Station RNE, Gorki St., No. 17, Moscow, U.S.S.R. It signed off before 2 p.m. Reception was QSA5, R7/S/N. They are experimenting with the United States."