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Online Sources: Codes & Codebreaking
Book Sources: Codes & Codebreaking
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Between Silk and Cyanide by
Call Number: D810.C88 M37 1998
A Codemaker's War, 1941-1945
"... begins with his failure to get into British Intelligence's cryptographic department. As everyone else on his course heads off to Bletchley Park ("the promised land"), he is sent to what his sergeant terms "some potty outfit in Baker Street, an open house for misfits." In fact, the Special Operations Executive's mandate was, in Churchill's stirring phrase, to "Set Europe Ablaze," and Marks's was to monitor code security so that agents could could report back as safely as possible."
Codebreakers: The Inside Story of Bletchley Park by
Call Number: D810.C88 M46 1993
"This set of 27 personal narratives by British code breakers who served at the famous Bletchley Park center during World War II does not require much background on cryptography or even much interest in the subject. It offers the human side of an operation more secret than and just as critical to Allied victory as anything in the war except the Manhattan Project. " Booklist
Code Talker by
Call Number: D810.C88 N49 2011
Publication Date: 2011-09-06
Top Secret Ultra by
Call Number: D810.C88 C169 T6
Calvocoressi worked as a code breaker for the RAF in WWII
The Ultra Secret by
Call Number: D810.C88 W787 U4
"Operation Ultra was designed to intercept and decode German signals sent using Enigma, the top-secret German cypher machine. F.W. Winterbotham, was the man responsible for the organization, distribution and security of Ultra. This is his personal account of the operation. "
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