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Treason on the Airwaves
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This is a fascinating work based on three individuals who became notorious in World War II as broadcasters over Axis radio and were later tried for treason in their home countries.

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PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABBREVIATIONS LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS INTRODUCTION BROADCASTING TO BRITAIN FROM WARTIME BERLIN C1: THE EXECUTION OF THE BRITISH TRAITOR: JOHN AMERY C2: LIFE IN THE AMERY FAMILY C3: JOHN AMERY BETWEEN THE WARS C4: GERMAN WARTIME BROADCASTING C5: AMERYS RECEPTION IN BRITAIN BROADCASTING TO AUSTRALIA & THE UNITED STATES FROM WARTIME TOKYO C6: JAPANESE WARTIME BROADCASTING C7: TOKYOS AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTER: CHARLES COUSENS C8: ALLIED POWS BROADCAST FROM JAPAN C9: POW FAMILIES LISTEN TO RADIO TOKYO C10: IVA TOGURI IN WARTIME JAPAN C11: LISTENING TO RADIO TOKYO AT THE PACIFIC FRONT C12: TRYING AN AUSTRALIAN TRAITOR: CHARLES COUSENS C13: IVA TOGURI AND THE TRIAL OF TOKYO ROSE EPILOGUE BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Judith Keene is Associate Professor of History and the Associate Dean of Post Graduate Research in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Sydney. She teaches and writes on twentieth century cultural and political history and on European film history and is the author of Fighting For Franco: International Volunteers in Nationalist Spain During the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39 (2001).

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