Friday 15 January 2010 by Alessandro Antonello. 1 comments.
News, New acquisitions, Collection Propaganda, Prisoners of war

In 1944, Yvonne Jobling was a schoolgirl studying shorthand.  Every evening at her home in Geelong, Victoria, she practiced her shorthand by listening to the radio.  On Friday, 17 March 1944, she happened to be listening to the short-wave broadcast of Radio Tokyo, and heard messages from Australian prisoners of war. 

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