The History of Shortwave Radio in Fighting Propaganda

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News Story Source: by Aden Tate
Though I believe that close-range communication ability is liable to be more practical on a daily basis, don't discount the ability to send and receive messages long distance. Shortwave radio broadcasts are a fantastic way to do so. While it requires a ham radio license to send transmissions out via shortwave radio (at least within the USA), anybody can receive these transmissions without a license. 

Below are examples of when shortwave radio has been used in disaster situations to provide life-saving/altering information. I think you'll discover why I believe they're so important.

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