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Ydun M. Ritz
I have always been fascinated by radios, starting in my childhood when listening on my father's old receiver. So it was quite clear that an education as radio operator was just me! At the same time it gave me the chance to travel and visit foreign countries, because of my job as a radio officer in the Danish merchant marine.
As engaged to a radio operator at a time with only one operator on each ship, we went ashore and both my husband Erik and I got a job at the Danish coast radio station Lyngby Radio.
With 3 children and hardly time for a job, I became a housewife. Radio listening still was on my mind and I started dxing in 1974 backed up by my husband. In 1998 he encouraged me to create a website for long- and medium wave news.
As I didn't know much about computing and the world wide web, Erik did the necessary work to keep this site running. I only made the editorial work.
Since Erik died in June 2002 at the age of 57, I have kept this site running. First with much assistance from our son, but afterwards on my own with Nicolai as an always useful, competent and willing supporter.
Without his support it wouldn't have been possible for me to continue, what Erik started.
My QTH is Vojens in the southern Denmark, about 50 kms north of the Danish German border.