Room 40: British naval intelligence 1914-18

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982 - History - 338 pages
Recounts World War I intelligence operations of the British, shows how broken German codes were used to help control the shipping lanes, and identifies the events in which Naval Intelligence played a key role

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According to his credentials, Mr. Beesly served in the RNVR. One of his assignments was with the Naval Intelligence Division during WWII. Therefore he has a practical knowledge of the workings of the ... Read full review

Contents

Splinters are Bound to Fly
1
Room 40 is Born
8
Codes and Ciphers
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Copyright

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