You guys know the drill, tear it up and rebuild it here lest it get down voted out there. Thanks for the help.
How To Write An SCP tells you how to do the image formatting. Go fix that, then people might be more inclined to read it.
It is good, and I really do like it, but unfortunately we already have SCP-185, SCP-338 and SCP-1414, all of which are radios, at least two of which involve historical events, so I would recommend you come up with a curveball to take the article somewhere else. I'm sure that you can develop on this to come up with a more original hook. The alternative WWII angle is good, I would bring that out a bit more.
Otherwise I would say well done, as a standalone it is a good article but for the presence of existing positively-rated historical radios.
I'd agree with deValmont here. It's a good idea, and we all like "what if the Nazis had won?" spec-fic, but with historical radio SCPs existing as well as other alternate-history SCPs, it might need some more hook to get interest.
I would probably still upvote it.
I foresaw it might need a hook, and tried by making exposure to the broadcasts induce an effect which made a subject extremely willing to "just follow orders", would perhaps an experiment log detailing affected subjects performing horrific tasks simply because they were asked to do so help draw a reader in?
I don't know that an 'obedience' effect on its own really fits with everything else. I'd say that it would fit better if exposed individuals instead became steadily more in line with National Socialist ideology and viewpoints.
I had thought about that angle, but concluded a generalized docility effect seemed more appropriate, how does one "test" political opinions?
General observation of behavior would likely yield sufficient data. Political opinions aren't exactly a hard thing to bring out; evidence of changing political viewpoints could likely be found in general conversation and attitudes. Also, they could just be asked what their views are.