In 1933, after the great depression, the German idea of cheap receiver for
the people came true as the model VE301.
In 1938, the massproduction of DKE (Deutsche Klein Empfänger) was started in several factories.
This was a kind of training for total military production in the near future.
German history writers have forgotten that DKE was also manufactured in concentration camps, and German law forbits the original nazi-emblem on the radio.
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