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Cracking the Code Can you imagine back in World War 2 trying to crackthe German Italian and Japanese Military code and all their secrets Listening in and reading in all the communications that the GermanItalian and Japanese Military passed through during the war It happenedand that was what our Allies did back in World War 2 and they weretrying to crack the Enigma code that the German Italian and JapaneseMilitary created The book I am going to be talking about today is awritten biographical account about what the work being done at BletchleyPark to cracking the Enigma Code The book was written by FH Hinsleyand Alan Stripp called Code Breakers which is published by OxfordUniversity Press in the UKThe book details accounts of people who worked at Bletchley Park in theUK during World War 2 It gives details of people who worked behind thescenes in trying to crack German Italian and Japanese codes during thewar In the book it describes in each chapter a detailed account as totheir involvement in cracking the code How they got involve in theEnigma program and why they were chosen for the program In each of thechapters in the book it reads like a journal of their involvement inthe ULTRA intelligence program and how they contributed their part tocracking the Enigma code In the book it also has a chapter on how theAmericans got involve in ULTRA and how late the got into the game andtried to play catch up The book also has personal stories of eachindividual who was involve with the ULTRA program or work at BletchleyPark with detailed descriptions of their involvement who recruited themand what they contributed to the War effort The book has detaildescriptions of the Enigma Machine and the codes that were used duringWorld War 2 Including the one that brought down Admiral Yamamoto Iteven shows the inner workings of the Enigma code and the actual codeitself that was used in World War2Enigma is
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