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Top 40 Book Club : Top 40 Book Club Reads 2018
The Secret Code- Breakers of Central Bureau David Dufty David Dufty offers an engaging look at the men and women working in Central Bureau – the World War II Australian signals intelligence organisation – and the significant impact their work had on the outcome of the war. With increasing concerns over Japan’s conflict with China, and Britain’s famous Bletchley Park under pressure to focus on Russian, German and Italian codebreaking, Allied command saw a need to establish signals intelligence expertise in the Pacific region. In this comprehensive and highly enjoyable history, Dufty pays tribute to individuals in Central Bureau and their contributions to victorious Pacific campaigns. He brings to life important work that was so highly valued by military command during the war, yet has gone largely unacknowledged in peacetime. Borrow the e-book through BorrowBox now! What should I read next? The Bletchley Girls: War, Secrecy, Love and Loss by Tessa Dunlop [39 [
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