Here is a bibliography on the history of FEN and AFRTS and related subjects.

Allen, Spencer M. (1945, April 30). "Mosquito Net Finds Home Methods Best," Broadcasting, p. 20.

"Army Runs World's Largest Radio Network," (1944, May 9) Daily Variety 43:1-2.

Barcus, Francis (1956, January 11). An economic history and current analysis of radio broadcasting in Japan. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois (M.A. Thesis)

Barnouw, Erik (1945, March). "Radio Programs for Troop Education." Educational Outlook, 12:107-114.

Christian, T. (1992). Brass Button Broadcasters. Paducah, KY: Turner.

Delay, Theodore Stuart (1951, May). An Historical Study of the Armed Forces Radio Service to 1946. University of Southern California.

"Jap Air is Jumpin'" (1945, October 8). Newsweek 22:85.

Kirby, E., & Harris, J. (1948). Star-Spangled Radio. Chicago, IL: Ziff-Davis.

Mackenzie, Harry (1999). The Directory of the Armed Forces Radio Service Series. Westport, CT. Greenwood Press.

Morley, P. (2001). This is the American Forces Network: The Anglo-American Battle of the Air Waves in World War II. Westport, CT: Praeger.

"Mosquito Network," (1944, July 17). Time Magazine. 44:88-89.

Pacific Stars and Stripes: The First 40 Years 1945-1985. (1985). California: Presidio.

Roscoe, Jordan (1962). A Short History of the Far East Network.

Sakamoto, Tomokazu (1977). 50 Years of Japanese Broadcasting. Tokyo: Nippon Hoso Kyokai.

Suid, L., Lanning, M., Merrick, S., and Freidrich, A. (1992). History of AFRTS: The first 50 years. Washington, DC: Department of Defense.

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