Central Broadcasting System of the Republic of China

Founded in 1928, the Central Broadcasting System was a broadcasting organization which broadcast mainly to Taiwan and the Mainland China in Mandarin and other Chinese dialects. In 1996, it was dissolved when it merged with the Voice of Free China and became part of the Broadcasting Corporation of China. The first card below is for a reception made in Spokane, Washington. The other three were made in Seoul, Korea.

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