1945

January

06: Germany - The French liberation committee starts broadcasting Radio Patrie via the former Soldatensender Paula in Stuttgart-Mühlacker.
11: France - French radio resumes broadcasts in German towards Germany and Austria via the Lyon medium wave transmitter on 463 mtr (648 kHz).µ
15: France - The Rennes-Alma transmitter raises its power to 10 kW (ex 1 and 2 kW).
23: Germany - Gleiwitz ceases broadcasting on 1231 kHz (243.7 mtr) with 8 kW.
25: Germany - Station Reichssender Frankfurt is completely destroyed.
26: France - Strasbourg II starts broadcasting on 1429 kHz with 2 kW.
26: Germany - Due to a power loss the Reichssender Breslau is no longer on the air (950 kHz, 100 kW). The transmitter is dismantled and moved to Dresden to replace the weak Dresden transmitter. However, it is destroyed during the first air strike on Dresden.
26: Germany - Propaganda station "Worker's Challengeé" ceases broadcasting.
30: France - Radio Bir Hakeim starts broadcasting on 205 mtr (1465 kHz) via Toulouse and Agen for the German troops in La Rochelle and Royan.
31: Germany - Königsberg, and Heilsberg (I and II) cease broadcasting

February

02: Germany - Reichssender Breslau returns to the air.
06: Germany - Magdeburg ceases broadcasting
07: Germany - Reichssender Breslau again ceases broadcasting.
13: Germany - Dresden ceases broadcasting
14: Germany - US made propaganda station "Krautland calling" starts broadcasting via mobile transmitters in Baden-Baden, Triberg, Schonach, Erbach, and Mühlacker.
26: Germany - Trier ceases broadcasting

March

10: Germany - Saarbrücken (859 kHz - 17 kW) ceases broadcasting
16: Poland - Polish radio returns on the air in Warsaw.
19: Germany - Kaiserslautern (1428 kHz - 1.5 kW) ceases broadcasting
24: Germany - Today and in the coming days the British secret 'Aspidistra' project starts broadcasting via various frequencies imitating German broadcasters to mislead the German population.
25: Germany - Frankfurt (1195 kHz - 100 kW) and Kassel (1195 kHz - 0.5 kW) cease broadcasting

April

01: Germany - Sender Werwolf starts broadcasting via Herzberg (224 kHz).
05: Germany - Stuttgart-Mühlacker ceases broadcasting
06: Austria - Wien-Bisamberg ceases broadcasting
07: Germany - Hannover-Hemmingen (1330 kHz - 8 kW) ceases broadcasting (completely destroyed)
11: Yugoslavia - Radio Sarajevo starts broadcasting.
12: Germany - Leipzig (785 kHz, 120 kW) and Langenberg cease broadcasting
13: Austria - The Bisamberg transmitter is blown up by the SS.
14: Yugoslavia - Radio Osijek starts broadcasting.
17: Germany - Nürnberg (2 kW) ceases broadcasting
21: Germany - Freiburg ceases broadcasting
25: Italy - Radio Genova and Basto Arsizio fall in Partizan hands.
28: Germany - München (740 kHz, 100 kW) ceases broadcasting
29: Austria - "Radio Wien" returns on the air.

May

?: Germany - AFN starts broadcasting on medium wave via Frankfurt.
01: Germany - Just before midnight Reichssender Berlin announces Hitler's death and ceases broadcasting.
01: Hungary - Hungarian radio, silent since late 1994, returns to the air.
02: Germany - Reichsprogramm Nord in Flensburg starts broadcasting on longwave (191 kHz) with 20 kW, relaying the Hamburg station and a part of the English programming.
03: Germany - The special English and Gaelic programme for Ireland via the Europasender in Hamburg and Bremen is dropped.
04: Germany - Radio Hamburg starts broadcasting with the ID "Radio Hamburg, a station of the Allied Military Government" in German. In the evening the BBC is relayed.
05: Austria - Graz-Dobl ceases broadcasting
05: Czech Republic - Europasender Donau in Melnik, near Prague, ceases broadcasting on 922 kHz.
05: Germany - Osterloog ceases broadcasting as well as the station 'Festung Holland' (1213 KHz, 247,3 m)
07: Germany - Reichenbach ceases broadcasting
08: Austria - Freier Kärntner Landessender Klafenfurt starts broadcasting.
08: France - Radio Bir Hakeim ceases broadcasting.
09: Germany - Last broadcast of the Southeast Soldier Station of the German army (in Salzburg). The transmission ends with the song 'Lili Marleen'.
09: Yugoslavia - Radio Ljubljana and Radio Zagreb start broadcasting
11: Yugoslavia - Radio Maribor starts broadcasting
13: Germany - Flensburg, the last German "Reichssender", ceases broadcasting
13: Germany - The Red Army starts broadcasting on 841 kHz (100 kW) in Berlin

June

01: Germany - Radio Frankfurt returned to air under American control.
03: Germany - Radio Stuttgart (Mühlacker, 100 kW) returns to air on 574 kHz.
05: Germany - BFN  starts broadcasting via Europasender Bremen (658 kHz - 100 kW).
06: AustriaRot-Weiß-Rot Radio Salzburg starts broadcasting in the American occupied part of Austria.
10: Germany - AFN Munich starts broadcasting via München and Stuttgart with 100 kW.
30: Germany - Radio München starts broadcasting in English, Russian, Polish, Czech, Italian, and French and adds a musical programme.Radio München starts broadcasting in English, Russian, Polish, Czech, Italian, and French and adds a musical programme.

July

04: UK - The American Broadcasting Station in Europe (ABSIE) leaves the British medium frequencies 977 and 1122 kHz, which are returned to the BBC.
29: UK - The BBC army long wave service is replaced by a 'Light Service'. Meanwhile the Britisch Forces Network starts broadcasting from Hamburg, Germany.

August

04: Germany - AFN Berlin starts broadcasting.

September

01: Germany - The Middeldeutscher Rundfunk starts broadcasting via Leipzig.
09: GermanySender Leipzig-Wiederau (120 kW) returns to air on 785 kHz, relaying "Berliner Rundfunk" and "Landessender Weimar".
27: Germany - Köln-Langenberg (20 kW) starts broadcasting on 1330 kHz

October

14: Germany - Radio Koblenz (50 kW) starts broadcasting on 1031 kHz
25: Norway - A mobile 20 kW transmitter starts broadcasting in Vigra on 282 kHz.

November

07: Germany - Landessender Dresden starts broadcasting on 565 kHz
11: Luxembourg - Radio Luxembourg ceases broadcasting the allied programming and returns to own programming.
15: Germany - Landessender Weimar (0,3 kW) starts broadcasting on 1031 kHz
27: Germany - Langenberg switches to 904 kHz
28: Germany - AFN starts using Mühlacker II (1249 kHz, 100 kW)

December

23: Germany - Radio Bremen starts broadcasting on 1429 kHz, using a mobile transmitter (1 kW)
24: Germany - Landessender Schwerin (0,1 kW) starts broadcasting on 1231 kHz
24: Norway - Vadsø returns on the air with 1 kW.
25: Germany - The transmitter in Könisgwusterhausen on 191 kHz is switched on with 5 kW.



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