Out-of-print books can often be obtained from local libraries through inter-library loan. Check your library to see the scope of the services available. Articles from journals are often obtainable through inter-library loan as well. Also, check to see if the article is available on-line. Particularly for articles published in the last 3-8 years, the full text may be available for reading or downloading via Infotrac. Infotrac is a database of material from magazines, business publications and academic journals. It is available at many libraries, and some libraries with on-line services make it available for members' home use.

BOOKS

"Singapore Goes Off the Air" by Giles Playfair. (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

A Matter of Accent - by David Keith. (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

World War II Radio Heroes: Letters of Compassion - by Lisa L. Spahr. (Reviewed by Jerry Berg) (Updated for 2d edition, May 2015)

"Me And Little Radio NRH" by Amando Cespedes Marin. (Reviewed by Jerry Berg) (Links Updated, April 2015)

"Heath Nostalgia" by Terry Perdue, K8TP. (Reviewed by Richard A. D'Angelo)

"Voice of America: A History" by Alan L. Heil, Jr. (Reviewed by Richard A. D'Angelo)

"The Hardy Boys - The Short-Wave Mystery" by Franklin W. Dixon (Reviewed by Rich McVicar)

"Come Quick, Danger: A History of Marine Radio in Canada" by Stephan Dubreuil (Reviewed by Harold Sellers)

"Daventry Calling the World" by Norman Tomalin (Reviewed by Dr. Adrian M. Peterson)

"A Historical Analysis of American Short Wave Broadcasting, 1916-1942" by Michael Kent Sidel (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

"History of International Broadcasting" by James Wood (Reviewed by Peter Bowen)

"The Story of the West Coast Radio Service, 1906-1956" by Larry L. Reid (Reviewed by Harold Sellers)

"The Zenith Trans-Oceanic, The Royalty of Radios" by John H. Bryant, AIA, and Harold N. Cones, Ph.D. (Reviewed by Brian Battles, QST Magazine)


JOURNALS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

"Foreign Broadcast Information Service History, Part I: 1941-1947" by Joseph E. Roop (1969) (Reviewed by Jerry Berg). Appended to the review is an informative article about FBIS from the January 1945 issue of Radio News.

"The Secret Wireless War," a videotape produced by David and Debra Rixon (2002) (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

"Black Propaganda" by Mark Kenyon (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

"The Voice of America, U.S. Propaganda and the Holocaust: 'I would have remembered'" by Holly Cowan Shulman (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)

"The Commercial Development of Short Wave Radio in the United States, 1920-1926" by Steven P. Phipps (Reviewed by Jerry Berg)


LINKS TO REVIEWS ON-LINE

Voice of America: A History by Alan L. Heil, Jr. [Columbia Univ. Press, 2003]. Reviewed by Rob Wagner, VK3BVW.

An Air War With Cuba by Daniel C. Walsh [McFarland, 2012]. Reviewed by Rob Wagner, VK3BVW, at the Mount Evelyn DX Report Blog.

Good Morning, Hanoi by Iain Finlay and Trish Clark [Simon & Shuster, 2006]. Reviewed by Rob Wagner, VK3BVW, at the Mount Evelyn DX Report Blog. Ralph Perry offers additional comments.

"Early Radio--In Marconi's Footsteps" by Peter R. Jensen [Kangaroo Press Pty. Ltd., Australia, 1994]. Reviewed by Ron Frisbie in Antique Radio Classified, March 1996.

"Philco Radio, 1928-1942: A Pictorial History of the World's Most popular Radios," by Ron Ramirez with Michael Prosise [Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA, 1993]. Reviewed by Doug Houston in Antique Radio Classified, October 1995.

"Radios by Hallicrafters" by Chuck Dachis [Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA, 1996]. Reviewed by Ray Bintliff in Antique Radio Classified, May 1996.


DVDs

Danish Shortwave Club International Shortwave News DVD - Here is a review of the recently-released DVD containing all issues of the bulletin of the Danish Shortwave Club International, Shortwave News, from 1957 to the present. This DVD is an excellent source of information about SWBC DX activities of the past.