1941

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?: Germany - Stolp switches to 1303 kHz
?: Austria - Dornbirn switches from 1294 kHz to 519 kHz and reduces power from 5 to 1 kW
(early): Graz (15 kW) switches from 886 kHz to 1285 kHz, Graz-Dobl (100 kW) starts broadcasting on 886 kHz
(early): Saarbrücken takes over 859 kHz from the 1940 destroyed Strasbourg transmitter

January

??: Poland - Warszawa II switches from 1384 kHz to 1366 kHz
05: Germany/Lituania - Memel (Klaipeda) switches to 1384 kHz
19: UK - The BBC starts with German programmes for Austria.
21: Slovakia - The Pressburg transmitter changes frequency from 256,4 mtr (1170 kHz) to 241,9 mtr (1240 kHz).
27: Yugoslavia - A 20 kW medium wave transmitter starts broadcasting in Skopje.

February

??: Germany - Europasender 'Alpen' starts broadcasting with 100 kW on 338,6 mtr (886 kHz), thus heavily interfering the station in Graz on the same frequency. Graz (15 kW) therefore moves to 233,5 mtr (1285 kHz).

March

02: UK - A powerful 140 kilowatt transmitter is installed at Brookmans Park in an extension to the original building
11: Poland - Katowice switches from 1204 kHz to 868 kHz , Poznan (50 kW) switches from 868 kHz to 1204 kHz
22: Hungary - The station in Kascha raises power to 6 kW.
25: Germany/Poland - The transmitter in Katowice moves from 1022 kHz (293.5 mtr) to 868 kHz (345.6 mtr).

April

06: Yugoslavia - Due to an air strike Radio Belgrade ceases broadcasting. Despite also being under attack, Radio Ljubljana continues broadcasting.
08: Yugoslavia - Radio Belgrade resumes broadcasting via a weak auxiliary transmitter.
09: Yugoslavia - Radio Belgrade again ceases broadcasting.
12: Yugoslavia - Radio Skopje resumes broadcasting.
21: Germany - The German Europasender starts broadcasting, initially via Friesland (1875 mtr / 160 kHz) and Weichsel (1339 mtr / 224 kHz). These stations are soon joined by Luxembourg (1923 mtr / 232 kHz with 165 kW) and several MW transmitters (Alpen - 886 kHz, Bremen - 758 kHz, Calais - 582 kHz, Donau - 992 kHz). At a specific moment, 80 stations will belong to Europasender, broadcasting in 27 languages in 1941.
21: Yugoslavia - The army transmitter in Belgrade starts broadcasting after being seized by the German army.
21: Belgium - After some restructuring with Europasender, there are now two separate broadcasts for Flanders, Brussels I (from Brussels) and Brussels II (broadcast from Gent), and one programma for Wallonia (via Tervuren and the French Lille).

May

??: France - Strasbourg returns to air on 1249 kHz
??: Norway - Namsos (1 kW) starts broadcasting on 961 kHz.

June

03: Romania - Radio Romania starts relaying Russian news broadcasts.
21: Germany - In the night of 21-22 June, the German transmitters do not sign off at 0200h but continue broadcasting due to operation Barbarossa (German attack of Soviet Union).
25: Russia - The Soviet Union starts jamming the German broadcasting stations.

July

01: Romania - Radio Romania starts relaying Ukrainian newscasts.

August

15: Germany - Shortly before 22h a Russian ghost voice can be heard for the first time on the Deutschlandsender on 191 kHz. At the end of the Mozart broadcast anti-Hitler propaganda is heard. The interference can be heard in almost all parts of the Reich, especially in the east. Two days later the technical configuration is altered in such a way (modulation of the carrier frequency) that the interference can no longer get through.
??: Estonia - All three MW transmitters (Tallinn, Tartu, Türi) are destroyed by a Soviet destroy batallion.

September

07: Estonia - "Landessender Estland" starts broadcasting via Reval (Tallinn) on 1348 kHz with a 350 watt transmitter.
20: Estonia - "Landessender Estland" (20 kW) starts broadcasting on 1058 kHz.
26: Estonia - Lasnamäe station stops broadcasting.

November

01: Norway - The transmitter in Finnmark (347 kHz / 865 mtr, 10 kW) is starts relaying the German programmes for German soldiers.

December

01: Netherlands - The Kootwijk long wave transmitter starts relaying the Europasender Bremen programme on 160 kHz (1875 mtr) with 120 kW. At night it relays the music programme for the German air force.




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