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The late military historian tells the true story of Ultra--the most effective intelligence system ever employed in wartime and one of the world's most highly guarded secrets for 30 years. "Enigma, " a major motion picture starring Kate Winslet, is based on the story of Ultra. 70 illustrations. The late military historian tells the true story of Ultra--the most effective intelligence system ever employed in wartime and one of the world's most highly guarded secrets for 30 years. "Enigma, " a major motion picture starring Kate Winslet, is based on the story of Ultra. 70 illustrations.


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The late military historian tells the true story of Ultra--the most effective intelligence system ever employed in wartime and one of the world's most highly guarded secrets for 30 years. "Enigma, " a major motion picture starring Kate Winslet, is based on the story of Ultra. 70 illustrations. The late military historian tells the true story of Ultra--the most effective intelligence system ever employed in wartime and one of the world's most highly guarded secrets for 30 years. "Enigma, " a major motion picture starring Kate Winslet, is based on the story of Ultra. 70 illustrations.

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    Read how the disaster at Arnhem could have been averted. Ultra decrypts gave warnings. "One dominant theme runs through the planning of Operation Market Garden, the attempt to drive a narrow corridor from Belgium across a succession of rivers and link up with the British airborne troops dropped into Arnhem ... The theme is over-confidence. (page 346) "...no error was so grave as the failure to identify in advance the presence of a Panzer Corps in the area of Arnhem ... This was a failure of intell Read how the disaster at Arnhem could have been averted. Ultra decrypts gave warnings. "One dominant theme runs through the planning of Operation Market Garden, the attempt to drive a narrow corridor from Belgium across a succession of rivers and link up with the British airborne troops dropped into Arnhem ... The theme is over-confidence. (page 346) "...no error was so grave as the failure to identify in advance the presence of a Panzer Corps in the area of Arnhem ... This was a failure of intelligence, whose roots are to be found in the prevailing attitude of complacency. Nobody wanted to know." (page 347) BATTLE OF THE BULGE "... there was one small signal supplies by Ultra to which alert intelligence officers ought to have responded. It came ... from a Flivo or Air Liason Officer attached to the main assault force, the 6th SS Panzer Army...it referred to something like 'the coming big operation'. " (page 358)

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