This book tells about the Ultra operation that broke the Enigma cypher.
F.W. Winterbotham's masterful recollection of The Ultra Secret touches upon the most significant and neglected portion of WWII Allied history.
Without this book a military student will miss one of the most strategic and most secret intelligence of all of WWII.
Excellent book and brought back memories of WWll. Book was in like new condition and received very quick.Published 25 days ago by George F. Linnstaedt
Most interesting insight to history,not enough credit given to those working behind closed doors.Published 5 months ago by graham rowley
Lots of detail. You get an appreciation of the magnitude of the information coming in and the significancePublished 8 months ago by William G Graham
A lot here that I didn't know.
I have a much better understanding of the importance of the staff in-charge of interpreting the decoded messages.
I had heard a lot about the Ultra Secret and how the breaking of code helped us win World War I, but not until I read this book did I really understand the amount it helped.Published 22 months ago by chicmatt
excellent story of how the Allies won WW II with the aid of the Germans Enigma code machine and many brilliant mathematicians and scientist!Published on January 23, 2013 by Herbert B. Warren
Not as described? Needed this for school and now I have the wrong edition , not a good way to start the second quarter !Published on November 24, 2012 by Hannah