1 edition of Voices of the codebreakers found in the catalog.
Voices of the codebreakers
Written in English
The course of World War II was shaped by the hidden actions of the code breakers. These unkown men and women played a vital role in the Allied victory yet the public was unaware of their actions, often for decases afterwards. In this new ediotn of Voices of the Code Breakers the code breakers tell their story,k reaching across the globe from breaking the Enigma code at Bletchley Park to the Navajo signallers in the Pacific. The compelling accounts of the extraordinary feats of these ordinary men and women, taken from almost 100 sources and personal testimonies, reaveal the true extent of the clandestine war during World War II. -- back cover
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Michael Paterson ; foreword by Robert Harris|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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