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eBook Allied and Axis Signals Intelligence in World War II (Studies in Intelligence) ePub

by David Alvarez

  • ISBN: 0714680192
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David Alvarez
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1835 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1534 kb
  • Other: docx azw lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 717

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Series: Studies in Intelligence. Paperback: 240 pages.

Series: Studies in Intelligence. If you would be intersted in 10 discrete and very well written articles on related subjects that are discrete, or perhaps are a collector, this is an excellent purchase.

The importance of codebreaking and signals intelligence in the diplomacy and military operations of World War II. .

The importance of codebreaking and signals intelligence in the diplomacy and military operations of World War II is reflected in this study of the cryptanalysts, not only of the US and Britain, but all the Allies. The codebreaking war was a global conflict in which many countries were active. The contributions reveal that, for the Axis as well as the Allies, success in the signals war often depended upon close collaboration among alliance partners.

Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled. One chapter contrasts the release of information from US and British archives and in doing so provides an insight into cultural differences between the two groups

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Studies of wartime signals intelligence, however, have largely focused on Great Britain and the United States and their successes against, respectively, the German Enigma and Japanese Purple cipher machines. The codebreaking war.

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The importance of codebreaking and signals intelligence in the diplomacy and military operations of World War II is reflected in this study of the cryptanalysts, not only of the US and Britain, but all the Allies. The codebreaking war was a global conflict in which many countries were active. The contributions reveal that, for the Axis as well as the Allies, success in the signals war often depended upon close collaboration among alliance partners.

Comments

Avarm Avarm
When looking at this title I was excited to buy a book that would introduce me to this subject that interests me, and about which there is very little written, especially on the Axis side. This book is a lot like an academic journal, it has a number of articles that stand on their own, they are not linked in anyway, and are entirely independent of each other. If you would be intersted in 10 discrete and very well written articles on related subjects that are discrete, or perhaps are a collector, this is an excellent purchase. If you are looking for a comprehensive discussion of the subject, this is not the book you are looking for.
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I recommend this multiauthored text to everyone interested in the history of code breaking immediately prior to and during WW II. Numerous books on the technical aspects of the efforts to solve Enigma have been published. This volume goes beyond the technical issues and explores in considerable detail issues of security which impacted on cooperative efforts between the American and British code breakers. In addition it provides a fascinating view of the concurrent activities by the Germans and Japanese authorities which convinced our enemies, at the time, that their codes were not being read. One chapter contrasts the release of information from US and British archives and in doing so provides an insight into cultural differences between the two groups. I found the references for almost all the articles to be extremely interesting and quite revealing of the wealth of information which is yet to be evaluated and digested by competent historians.