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Two radio operators can be seen inside a shelter on the steppe. The soldiers appear to have been here for some reasonable time as two Zeltbahn capes have been used as a tent. There were a number of standard designs for constructing Zeltbahn tents and some of them could house four, eight and even sixteen men. These Zeltbahn tents were ideal rainproof shelters ar were used extensively throughout the war, but they were not designed for front line use.

thedevilsguard: “ Two radio operators can be seen inside a shelter on the steppe. The soldiers appear to have been here for some reasonable time as two Zeltbahn capes have been used as a tent.

Signals troops using a field set in a trench

First World War communications and the 'Tele-net of Things'

World's largest radio tower, 1914, Tuckerton, NJ. #RadioHistory

World's largest radio tower, Tuckerton, NJ.

French or Belgian radio car, 1914.

1914 French or Belgian radio car,

BC-14A, Crystal radio, General Radio, Signal Corps, US Army 1918.

Crystal radio, General Radio, Signal Corps, US Army

A group of young German  radio operators working in a field

A group of young German radio operators working in a field. (A companion to this photograph) Original image source: The above picture is a colourized version from Saxon State and University Library Dresden Licensed under the Creative Commons

American Marines of the 1st Provisional Brigade sit in pouring rain while one of them uses a radio for communication during a lull in the fighting for the Orote Pennisula.

US Marines of the Provisional Marine Brigade sit in pouring rain while one of them uses a radio for communication during a lull in the fighting for the Orote Pennisula, Guam. July 1944 (Photographer: W. Eugene Smith for 'Life' Magazine)

Funker - Torn.Fu.b1 radio - Italian Front '44

Funker - Torn.Fu.b1 radio - Italian Front '44