Table of contents for Codes, ciphers and spies : tales of military intelligence in World War I / John F. Dooley.

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An Introduction and a Few Words on Codes and Ciphers
The Americans Embark: Getting to France 1917 – 1918
Introduction to Communications, Codes, and Ciphers in the AEF
The AEF and Colonel Moorman
Cryptology at the Front
The AEF: Breaking Codes and Ciphers
The AEF: German Codes and Ciphers
The AEF Fights: 1918
PART II: MI-8 and the Home Front
MI-8 and Civilian Messages
Civilian Correspondence: Foreign Letters and Hoaxes
Civilian Correspondence: Prisoners and SpiesCivilian Correspondence: Families and Love Letters

PART III: German Spies in America, 1914 – 1918
Spies Among Us: The New York Cell, 1914 – 1915
Spies Among Us: Baltimore, Germs, Black Tom, and Kingsland, 1916 – 1917
The Waberski Cipher: A Spy is Condemned
Madame Victorica Arrives in New York
Madame Victorica and German Agents in the U.S.
More German Spies
Madame Victorica and Invisible Inks
Madame Victorica – Captured!
Part IV: Epilogue

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