Deutscher Kleinempfänger [German small radio] produced in Nazi Germany
Audiovisual and Photographic Materials
- Object Type
Radio Receivers and reception (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
Deutscher Kleinempfänger [German small radio] manufactured by G. Schaub in 1938. The radio was produced to help spread Nazi propaganda. It was made to sell at a low cost, so the majority of people could afford it. It lacked shortwave reception to make it difficult to receive foreign broadcasts. The radio was nicknamed Goebbels’ Schnauze [Snout], referring to the Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, who often addressed the public through radio.
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Also in Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin collection
The collection consists of two German radio receivers known as "Volksempfänger" (People's Set).