1935 ...the voice of Guglielmo Marconi !

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  1. IW2BSF

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    Recording of 1935 Marconi Speech Released


    The Essex Record Office in the UK has released a sound recording that includes the second part of a speech by wireless pioneer Guglielmo Marconi, delivered at the unveiling of the Fisk Memorial at Wahroonga, Sydney, Australia.

    In the speech, Marconi forecast the impact that wireless communication will have on ship navigation and on the world economy in general. “Without long-distance communications, no country can make much headway,” he asserted.

    The Fisk Memorial commemorated the first direct wireless message sent from the UK to Australia in 1918.

    ( Thanks to Southgate ARC )

    https://soundcloud.com/essex-record-office/speech-by-marconi

    73 de IW2BSF - Rudy


    No others (Tesla or Popov ) have create a similar event , hi !

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  2. W6ELH

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    I enjoyed listening to that. Thank you for posting the link! Cheers... Jim W6ELH
     
  3. K0OKS

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    Very interesting from an historical perspective. Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. N4BOM

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    Outstanding! I very much enjoyed listening to that. Thank you
     
  5. N1JAO

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    Hmmmm....English accent....born in Palazzo Marescalchi, Bologna, Italy? My parents sure didn't sound like him! Suspicious...

    now that's more like it
     
  6. KC5NOA

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    Maybe your parents were hacked bye the Russians!
     
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  7. IZ3SVI

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    Her mother was Irish...maybe that's why :) Also He moved to England because the italian gov wich was...erm...it is still...*cough*...
     
  8. KG0AQ

    KG0AQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    What frequency did they use for that UK to Australia message in 1918?
     
  9. AD5KO

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    That was neat!
     
  10. K6MTS

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    Interesting, Thanks!
     
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