[LNH/Admin] For consultation: history of the LNHHQ

Jamas Enright thad at eyrie.org
Sun Dec 19 10:01:52 PST 2004

On 19 Dec 2004, Dave Van Domelen wrote:

> In article <15f3bff1.0412182004.2cf2203a at posting.google.com>,
> Saxon Brenton <saxon.brenton at uts.edu.au> wrote:
> >     * The Society of Wireless Heroes of the 1950s is not stated, but can
> >be strongly inferred, to be not just British but Britain-based. [_Dvandom
> >Force_ #37-38] Out of story comments by Dvandom suggest that they may
> >have been active as early as late WW2.
>      That is correct.  While active worldwide, the SWH was based in England
> somewhere.  East Acton, perhaps.  :)

With a branch in East Finchley, surely. :)

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