Table of contents for The world of ham radio, 1901-1950 : a social history / Richard A. Bartlett.

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Acknowledgments	vii
Introduction	1
1. The Beginnings	5
2. Hiram Percy Maxim and the Relay Concept	00
3. Amateurs During the First World War	00
4. Amateurs Between War and Peace	00
5. Surviving the Broadcast Revolution	00
6. Relays, DX-ing, Strange Languages, and Clubs	00
7. Amateurs as Experimenters and Adventurers	00
8. The Olympics, World's Fairs, Trans Radio Press Service, and International Radio Conferences	00
9. Adventurous Amateurs at Sea and in the Air	00
10. More Amateurs and Aircraft: The NC-4, Byrd, the Dolebirds, the Lindberghs, and Others	00
11. Amateurs and Polar Exploration: Phase One	00
12. Amateurs and Polar Exploration: Phase Two	00
13. To the Rescue: Amateurs in Emergencies and Disasters	00
14. Amateurs on the Home Front: 1940-1945	00
15. Amateurs at War and Beyond: 1941-1950	00
Epilogue	000
Appendix A. Morse Code Alphabet	000
Appendix B. Q Signals and Other Abbreviations	000
Appendix C. Common Abbreviations in Amateur Morse Code	000
Chapter Notes	000
A Bibliographic Essay	000
Index	000

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Amateur radio stations.