CMH Pub 70-43, Cloth; CMH Pub 70-43-1, Paper
1993, rev. ed. 2002; 237 pp, illustrations, chronology, glossary, dictionary
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U.S. Army Signals Intelligence in World War II preserves the memory of the Army's role in what was perceived as a signals intelligence war. The availability of superb military intelligence was central but heretofore unheralded because of security considerations. With the security barriers now lifted, James L. Gilbert and John P. Finnegan have selected a representative body of tantalizing documents generated by various U.S. Army cryptologic organizations in an effort to acknowledge their contributions to the American victory in World War II.
Conceived as part of the Army historical community's commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of World War II, Gilbert's and Finnegan's fine work not only alerts the public to the existence of a relatively unexplored mass of historical documentation but also honors the signal veterans whose esprit de corps made it possible for the mission to succeed.
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