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deleted countries

former states with broadcasting transmitter's:

French Equatorial-Africa (1910-1958): RTF Radio Brazzaville / Radio Inter-Equatoriale  1947

Bechuanaland British Protectorate (1885-1966): Radio Bechuanaland ZNB / ZND

Republic of Biafra (1967-1970): The Voice of Biafra

Belgian Congo (1908-1960): Radio Congo Belge Leopoldville

German Empire - German 3. Reich - Deutsches Reich (1933-1945): asorted "Reichssender" (Reich Broadcasting's), Deutschlandsender, Grossdeutscher Rundfunk

British Somaliland (1884-1960): Radio Somali Berbera City

Republic of Dahomey (1958-1975): Radiodiffusion du Dahomey Porto Novo

French Dahomey (1904-1958): Radio Cotonou

French Morocco (1912-1955): Radio Maroc Rabat

Gold Coast brit. Crown Colony (1901-1957): G.C.B.S. Accra

Manchukuo Empire / Manchuria (1934 - 1945): MCTY Hsinking, Japanese China

Portuguese Guinea (1951-1974): Emissora da Guinea Portuguesa Bissau

State of Katanga (1960-1963) then part of 'Republic of Congo-Leopoldville' : Radio Katanga Elisabethville

Northern Rhodesia (1924-1964): Northern Rhodesia Broadcasting Corp. Lusaka

Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (1953-1963): Federal Broadc. Corp. of Rhodesia & Nyasaland

Southern Rhodesia (1923-1953 & 1963-1965): Southern Rhodesia Broadc. Corp. Salisbury

Rhodesia (1965-1979): Rhodesia Broadcasting Corporation Salisbury

Tanganyika (1961-1964): Tanganyika Broadc. Corp. Dar es Salaam

Peoples Rep. of Zanzibar (12/1963 bis 04/1964): Voice of Unguja

Tangier Interzone (1923-1956), self-governing: Radio Tanger International Tangier

Transkei (1976-1994): Capital Radio Umtata

Bophuthatswana (1977-1994): Bophuthatswana Broadc. Corp. - Mmabatho

Ciskei (1981-1994): Radio Ciskei (Ciskei Broadc. Corporation, Bisho)

Upper Volta (1947-1984): Radio Ouagadougou

Zaire (1971-1997): La Voix du Zaire Kinshasa

Free Territory of Trieste (1947-1954): Ente Radio Trieste and B.F.N. (Brit. Forces Netw.)

German Democratic Rep. "DDR" (1949-1990):  Radio Berlin International & others

U.S.S.R. (1922-1991): Radio Moscow,  Station 'Peace & Progress' and others

Republic of Vietnam (1955-1975): Radio Vietnam Saigon

Yugoslavia, Socialist F.R. (1945-1992): Radio Yugoslavia Belgrad, and asorted local stations

 

German QSL-card (3rd Reich) 1938