WW 2: Success of Germany’s Radio Waves Propaganda Beamed at India


  • Aftab Nabi Former Inspector General of Police Sindh, and Director General of the National Police Bureau, Islamabad.


Second World War, British India, Germany, propaganda, radio waves, transmitters


This is the third article published in Pakistan Horizon in a series of six articles on the radio waves clashes during the Second World War. In the present article I deal substantially with some tangible, crucial and specific issues and aspects that were severely confronting the British during the Second World War. These factors, in conjunction with technical advantages of Germany in radio waves transmission, as well as in the establishment of radio stations, firmly contributed towards the effectiveness of Nazi Germany’s radio waves propaganda beamed to India.