Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;
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Museum & Visitors
Military Wireless Museum
Welcome to the Military Wireless Museum. The museum is now open for 2024.
( Latest: see Museum Status page). We can and do organize physical exhibitions regularly. In most cases this will be done in co-operation with other shows and rallies or at secial events for certain military events, Arnhem and D-Day for example. Examples are the exhibitions and Shows Attended, held in various locations.

The main purpose of the Museum is to preserve the history of historical military radios, such as the WS-19, R1155, WS-18, spy equipment and the likes. All of the items described on this website are part of the collection of the Museum. The Military Wireless Museum has the facilities to research and restore historical equipment. Whenever we have the chance to research a machine we will publish the results on these pages.

We are always interested in acquiring new equipment for the museum. If you have any questions or if you have something to offer, or would like to arrange a talk for your club or society please do not hesitate to contact the museum and myself. Email: "[email protected]" Visiting: See 'Museum & Visitors' page.

The museum is privately financed receiving no aid or funds from outside sources.

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Below is a brief impression of the information available on this site. Click any of the images for further information.
Military Radios
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