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At the battle of Alamein 75 years ago, radio operator Bill Sutherland maintained the vital flow of information to the Allied artillery with extraordinary bravery. Serena Sutherland tells the story of the man, and Prof. Tom Stevenson describes the radio equipment, helped by Dorothy Brankin of the Museum of Communication and Sandy Firth of Orkney Wireless Museum.
Supported by d and h, Kirkwall

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