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From: "Reg Edwards"
Subject: Re: First Edition 1943 Radio Engineers Handbook
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 21:28:35 +0000 (UTC)
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I have had received some sensible ideas and enquiries on how to dispose of
this book. It seems it is of more historical/technical interest than I
Where I DO NOT want it end up is on a collector's bookshelf where nobody
except the collector ever sees it, who doesn't understand it anyway, and
nobody else ever has the opportunity to read and enjoy it. Even learn from
It would be a disaster for it to end in an ignorant house clearer's
Thank you all for your suggestions.
Regards from Reg G4FGQ
For Free Radio Design Software
Go to http://www.g4fgq.com
> I have in my possession in good condition the book -
> "Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony" by Prof. Domenico Mazzotto.
> Translated into English from the original Italian by S.R.Bottone.
> 415 pages including 253 illustrations, circuit diagrams, beautiful
> and photographs of equipment and aerials.
> Published by Whitaker & Co., 2 White Hart Street, Paternoster Square,
> London, E.C. in AD 1906.
> From the preface by the translator -
> "Prof. Mazotto has executed his task so thoroughly as to leave no
> facts or theories connected with Radiotelegraphy unnoticed; and has
> his thoughts in language at once so simple and so forcible, as to render
> comprehension of the subject easy to the merest tyro."
> I am in my 77th year. What should I do with this book?
> Regards from Reg G4FGQ
> For Free Radio Design Software
> Go to http://www.g4fgq.com
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