In this section you find links to our partner pages which are also related to topics regarding the postwar-period in Austria and radio/media related topics.
The homepage of "International Patrol" (http://www.international-patrol-vienna.com/) tells you interesting facts about this international police group which operated in post-war Vienna. Beneath historic details you may - via this page - also "engage" the International Patrols nowadays if needed...
Bernd Wichert's homepage offers spoken word documents and a political archive dating back until October 1944...
Old Time Radio Catalog (OTRCAT.com) is dedicated to the preservation of the golden era of radio (old time radio). You can hear thousands of old time radio episodes online and can stream or download full episodes in Mp3 format. Detailed descriptions of the performers and series broadcast in the era (1920's - 1959) are available to read. In the 'daily downloads', there are the broadcasts of the day throughout history (from the last 50-70+ years). More information about old time radio...
"The objectives of the USFA Veterans Association are to promote comradeship among its members, to strengthen patriotism to the United States of America, to preserve and share memories of the occupation years, to maintain and strengthen friendship between the people of the Republic of Austria and the people of the United States of America."
Jazzclub Life Salzburg aims to offer good Jazz Music at reasonable admissions every ordinary person is able and willing to pay!ist es, guten Jazz zu Eintrittspreisen, die sich auch ein normal Sterblicher leisten kann, zu bieten!
The Research and Documentation Center for the History of Radio Communications and the Electronic Media (our full name) is the world's biggest organization to collect, save, research and present whatever relates to the history of radio communications, particularly amateur radio and broadcasting.
"V-Disc Daddy" is the alias for a US V-Disc collector who has put a large amount of V-Disc recordings onto YouTube. On his own Homepage he provides detailed information and backgrounds on these AFRS produced special recordings.
The American Forces Radio and Television service touched a lot of people. Whether talent, support or listeners it touched a lot of us in ways that stateside media could only dream of. It was more than just the radio, it was home.
RUSC (short for R U Sitting Comfortably) is a membership site where enthusiasts could stop by anytime -- day or night, 24/7 -- and enjoy listening to as many of their favorite old-time-radio shows as they want.