Table of contents for Enigma : the battle for the code / Hugh Sebag-Montefiore.

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List of Illustrations.  Acknowledgements.  Introduction.  Prologue.  The Betrayal - Belgium and Germany, 1931.  The Leak - Poland, Belgium and Germany, 1929-38.  An Inspired Guess - Poland, 1932.  A Terrible Mistake - Poland, 1933-9.  Flight - Germany, Poland and England, 1939-40.  The First Capture - Scotland, 1940.  Mission Impossible - Norway and Bletchley Park, 1940.  Keeping the Enigma Secret - France and Bletchley Park, May-September 1940.  Deadlock - Bletchley Park, August-October, 1940.  The Italian Affair - Bletchley Park and the Mediterranean, March 1941.  The End of the Beginning - Norway, March 1941.  Breakthrough - North of Iceland, May 1941.  Operation Primrose - The Atlantic, May 1941.  The Knock-Out Blow - North of Iceland, June 1941.  Suspicion - Bletchley Park, the Atlantic and Berlin, May-October 1941.  A Two-Edged Sword - The Atlantic and the Cape Verde Islands, September 1941.  Living Dangerously - The South Atlantic and Norway, November 1941-March 1942.  The Hunt for the Bigram Tables - Bletchley Park and Norway, December 1941.  Black Out - The Barents Sea, Bletchley Park and the Admiralty, February-July 1942.  Breaking the Deadlock - The Mediterranean and Bletchley Park, October-December 1942.  The Turning Point - South of France, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, November 1942-September 1943.  Trapped - South of France, November 1942-March 1943.  The Arrest - Berlin, March-September 1943.  Sinking the Scharnhorst - The Barents Sea, December 1943.  Operation Covered - Paris, the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic, August 1943-March 1944.  The Last Hiccough - Germany, France and the South Atlantic, March-June 1944.  Epilogue - Where did they Go?  Chronology.  Glossary.  Appendix 1: Polish Codebreaking Techniques.  Appendix 2: The Bombe.  Appendix 3: Naval Enigma.  Appendix 4: Cillis.  Appendix 5: Rodding.  Appendix 6: Naval Enigma Offizier.  Notes.  Bibliography.  Index. 

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Enigma cipher system History, World War, 1939-1945 Cryptography