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AES Auckland

For nine months during 1944, the NZ Broadcasting Service light music station 1ZM was handed over to the Armed Forces Radio Service. Here, a live studio performance is underway. Southernmost outlet of the Mosquito Network, 1ZM served almost half a million American military personnel who passed through New Zealand en route to the Pacific.

radio history image of AES Auckland

© The Listener in 'Voices in the Air', Radio New Zealand/Methuen 1976. Radio Heritage Foundation Collection.

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