The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau: how Australia’s signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War

The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau: how Australia’s signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War

A groundbreaking work of Australian military history, The Code-Breakers of Central Bureau tells the story of the country?s significant code-breaking and signals-intelligence achievements during the Second World War. It reveals how Australians built a large and sophisticated intelligence network from scratch, how Australian code-breakers cracked Japanese army and air force A groundbreaking work of Australian military history, The Code-Breakers of Central Bureau tells the story of the country...

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Title:The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau: how Australia’s signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War
Author:David Dufty
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:B071P22XY5
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:360 pages pages

The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau: how Australia’s signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War Reviews

  • Lee
    Jul 11, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Paul
    Jul 07, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 10, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 05, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 04, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    May 13, 2018

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

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    Jul 16, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jan 22, 2018

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Feb 21, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Sep 18, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jun 19, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 19, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 05, 2017

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    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Nov 29, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Alexandre
    Dec 21, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Rayjan Koehler
    Jul 12, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 10, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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    Jul 09, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Dion Perry
    Mar 02, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

  • Belinda Connolly
    Apr 05, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Peter Anderson
    Jun 05, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Timothy James
    Mar 30, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Peter Dowling
    Jun 25, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Cyber
    Jan 15, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Genevieve Cotter
    Mar 25, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Rowan
    Jun 24, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Linda Harland
    Nov 23, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Denise Goodwin
    Jul 23, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Margot McGovern
    Jul 06, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Mary
    Mar 05, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Catherine
    Jun 28, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Liz
    Jun 19, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Liz
    Jun 19, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Colin Sampson
    Aug 03, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Dwight Walker
    Jan 13, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

  • Duskangelreads
    Apr 24, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Trev Gillespie
    Jul 09, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Kelsay
    Jan 12, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Mark
    Apr 12, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Jayde Schwerin
    Feb 08, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Bryan Ross
    Jan 01, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Melinda
    Jun 28, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Trent Telenko
    Sep 28, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

  • Laura
    Jul 11, 2017

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Tiegsti
    Jan 04, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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  • Tania Aldrete
    Jan 29, 2018

    This book is an awesome read. I?d recommend it even to those who wouldn?t normally read non-fiction. At first, I feared that it would be rather dry, but it is told in such a way that it is enthralling. This part of Australia?s history should be taught in schools. I was fascinated...

    Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book. Michael McKernan, Author of The Strength of a Nation and When This Thing H...

    New WW2 Codebreaking Ground Covered There are few resources on General MacArthur 's Central Bureau, let alone from the Australian perspective. David Duffy fills this niche well He has several wonderful moments in the narrative dealing with the Australian women as Morse code op...

    This was a fascinating story of signals intelligence officers from Australia and USA mainly in Melbourne and Brisbane and Irian Jaya and Philippines and Japan. I enjoyed the code-breaking techniques and decrypting of Kana Morse Code to interpret Japanese military messages that caused W...

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