The Ultra secret

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1974 - History - 199 pages
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Explains the British Intelligence's method of intercepting and decoding wireless messages between Hitler and his generals and its effect upon events in the war

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Read the other reviews. As a person too young to understand the war while it was going on, the impressions I got after the war changed after reading The Ultra Secret. America's forces and our allies ... Read full review

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During WWII, Ultra was the code name for the Allied intelligence derived from breaking the German Enigma cipher. Published in 1974, this was one of the first public accounts of Ultra. There are almost ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Birth of Ultra
7
The Plan
17
Copyright

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