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SOE Auditory Disambiguation Training During WW2

July 2, 2013

A dramatised reconstruction of auditory recognition and disambiguation training for prospective field-agents of the Special Operations Executive, preparing espionage, sabotage, reconnaissance and resistance operations behind enemy lines during WW2. The role of sound in military intelligence is a critical focus of the “Rorschach Audio” book. SOE were colloquially known as The Baker Street Irregulars and The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare…

“Now listen. Was that a freight train or a 155mm shell passing overhead? A door latch or the cocking of a .45 calibre pistol? A jungle bird, or a falling bomb? Someone tapping on a champagne glass, or Swiss bells?”

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  1. evieholtz@gmail.com permalink

    Great delivery. Sound arguments. Кeep up the ɡreat effort.

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