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Australian A.M. Radio History
Free eBook Edition

Australian Radio History

The author of the book "Australian Radio History", Bruce Carty, writes to us:

"My health has resulted in having to cease my research. The last edition of my book was 100 pages. My research is now 444 A4 pages. As a pensioner, I couldn't afford to get it published . A friend of mine who knows more about IT than I will ever know has worked out how to put it on the internet. It is now available as a Ebook free of charge to download. It is in two parts and both can be downloaded easily."

Australian Radio History

You can find the latest edition on Bruce Carty's website

Australian Radio History


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