GDR - Germany D.R. (East-Germany)
Germany was divided after World War II into four occupation
zones, from which the American, British, and French zones formed
in 1948 the Federal Republic of Germany,
also known as West-Germany, and the
Soviet zone formed the German Democratic
Republic, also known as East-Germany.
The city of Berlin kept it's
status as occupied territory, as en enclave within the German
Democratic Republic. Since October 3, 1990, the 3 parts are unified
again, as Federal Republic of Germany.
This is only a very short look on the post-worldwar-2 history of Germany, just as much as is needed for this museum. There is more, of course...
This page lists only stations, which operated before October
3, 1990. Some stations continued in reunified Germany, others
ceased their service.
- see here for a note on stations of formerly exixting countries -
ADN Berlin DDR-610 Interflug Berlin DDR-390 MFA Berlin DDR-DDRd NDB - 13 non-directional beacons from the GDR extra page PTT Berlin DDR-240 Potsdam Meteo (DIT/Y3K) DDR-480 Rügen Radio (DHS/Y5M) DDR-640 S Emb Berlin DDR-Sd TCH Emb Berlin (OMZ6) DDR-TCHd TS Nauen (DIZ/Y3S) DDR-510