Hitler's Irish Voices: The Story of German Radio's Wartime Irish Service
From December 1939 to May 1945, German Radio broadcast Nazi propaganda to neutral Ireland. This was all planned and co-ordinated by Adolf Mahr.
Hitler's Irish Voices tells the story of Adolf Mahir and the rest of his motley crew who worked for the Irland-Redaktion. The book examines the reasons for the establishment of the radio service, what it broadcast and who listened to it.
This incredible story uncovers for the first time, one of the most sensitive issues of Irish-German relations in the Second World War.
|Publisher||Beyond the Pale|
|Publication date||17 Mar 1998|