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Register Now! Unsung WWII Code Breakers and Y-Operator Heroines of Bletchley Park

Register Now! Unsung WWII Code Breakers and Y-Operator Heroines of Bletchley Park

Register now for this free webinar!

Sundays at the Sarnoff:: Unsung WWII Code Breakers and Y-Operator Heroines of Bletchley Park
Presentation by Joseph Jesson
Sunday, February 28 1:30pm
Register in advance for this webinar:
https://tcnj.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H6zAiIwXSQy0JNqpJkb2fA

Research into the German war communications and interception technology during WWII led to the discovery of many incredible heroines who literally shortened WWII by an estimated two years. .Roles included the interception of German encrypted wireless communication by Britain’s many Y-stations, logged messages being delivered to Bletchley Park by teams of motorcycle logistics delivery riders,and other worked in the actual decoding or code-breaking huts 6 & 8..This presentation is dedicated to the over 8,000 women experts who changed the course of WWII and defeated the Nazi enemy. As a member of the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB), Joseph had access to their 1941 archives and understood their role in hiring and training Bletchley Park experts.

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Sundays at the Sarnoff: How the Vacuum Tube Created the Age of Electronics

Sundays at the Sarnoff: How the Vacuum Tube Created the Age of Electronics

How the Vacuum Tube Created the Age of Electronics Webinar with Dr. Jonathan Allen Sunday, January 31, 1:30pm https://tcnj.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1e2F1H4LQQW9hg2ULXVMXg After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Dr. Allen will begin with the earliest history of vacuum tubes, describing the Edison Effect, and how Ambrose Fleming and Lee de… Continue Reading

Public Lecture | Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra

Public Lecture | Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra

In 1937, famed Italian composer Arturo Toscanini came out of retirement to conduct the newly formed NBC Symphony Orchestra at the behest of RCA’s chairman, David Sarnoff. This talk by the Sarnoff Collection curator will trace the history of Toscanini’s time with NBC, show some of the Toscanini artifacts we have in the collection, and… Continue Reading

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