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History of Codes and Ciphers in the United States During World War I
     

History of Codes and Ciphers in the United States During World War I

by Wayne G. Barker (Editor)
 
This historical book, written by historians of the Army Security Agency, covers the renaissance period of American cryptography. Text includes photo-reproductions of many American military codes used during World War I, instructions for their use, cryptographic reports, etc., and the solution of a previously unsolved historical problem, as well as the reconstruction

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This historical book, written by historians of the Army Security Agency, covers the renaissance period of American cryptography. Text includes photo-reproductions of many American military codes used during World War I, instructions for their use, cryptographic reports, etc., and the solution of a previously unsolved historical problem, as well as the reconstruction of a code used by President Woodrow Wilson for his personal correspondence. The book discusses in some depth the founding of the Cipher Bureau (MI-8). This secret organization, founded by Herbert O. Yardley, later became known as the American Black Chamber. Text includes an index.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780894120312
Publisher:
Aegean Park Press
Publication date:
06/01/1979
Series:
A Cryptographic Sereis Ser.
Pages:
263

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