'Our mission was to block Western broadcasts'
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The Soviet villagers who blocked Western radio broadcasts

Starting from the 1950s the USSR operated a network of such secret radio stations to stop what was considered anti-Soviet propaganda from the West.

The village Radio Station #5, in what is now the republic of Georgia, had the sole purpose of jamming broadcasters such as the BBC and Voice of America.

Producer: Rayhan Demytrie

  • 12 Apr 2018
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