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Table of Conents List of Illustrations Glossary Acknowledgements Introduction: The Traitor in our Midst One: Enigma: The Development and Use of a New Technology Two: Early Triumph: German Intelligence Successes Three: Of No Mutual Assistance: Compartmentalization and Competition in German Signals Intelligence Four: The Work of Station X: Centralizing Allied Cryptology Bletchley Park Five: Protecting Boniface: Allied Security, Disguise and Dissemination of Ultra Six: The Illusion of Security: The German Explanations for Allied Successes Seven: Determined Answers: Structural Problems in German Signal Intelligence Eight: A Long-Standing Anxiety: Allied Communications Security Nine: Enter the Machines: The Role of Science and Machines in the Cryptologic War Conclusion: Ending the Era of Security Notes Bibliography Figures
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Enigma cipher system.
ULTRA (Intelligence system).
World War, 1939-1945 -- Cryptography.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Electronic intelligence -- Great Britain.