Kahn, David
September 1979
Foreign Affairs;Fall1979, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p141
Highlights a 1978 conference in Germany emphasizing on the secret part of the intelligence issues during World War II. Conduction of an intelligence investigation on the German Army by the U.S.; Consideration of the ability of German ciphers to read large segments of high-level military traffic; Inclusion of messages of political leader Adolf Hitler to his generals; Importance of the knowledge on underwater boats of the Royal Navy officers in relation to military tactics of opponents.


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