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Had the messages been sent using the general Dvid keys, any of the many ships and shore installations holding those keys could have read them.
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But its main interest centered on cryptanalysis. The 7 officers and 19 men in his cryptanalytic group exchanged possible recoveries of JN25b codegroups with Washington and with a British group in Singapore; each group also had a liaison man with the other. Radio silences can deafen it.
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He read it to Brotherhood: No one person is responsible for the solution, nor is there any single person to whom the major share of credit should go. But this eavesdropping produced at best some juicy items about bachelor Kita’s sex life such as his chasing a maid around a bedpost one night after a sake-soaked Japanese wedding ; there was little to help Mayfield. After three and a half months in Walter Reed General Hospital recovering from the nervous breakdown, he returned to S.
The Congressional committee, seeking the responsibility for the disaster, exposed their activity on almost a minute-by-minute basis.
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Tokyo also set up an almost similar code for use in the general intelligence not news broadcasts. He saw at once that the all-important conclusion of the long Japanese diplomatic note had come in since he had distributed the 13 previous parts the night before. To disguise its codebreakera he renamed it the Combat Intelligence Unit.
Credit for this belongs largely to Major General Joseph O. She asked him to hold on for a moment, but he had already hung up.
Now, they thought, they were seeing it happen again. Clark making especially valuable contributions, but S. Success usually depended on the quantity of intercepts in a given key. It was now the third day of the month in which the Japanese consulate gave its cable business to R. Unexpectedly, however, a kayn repairman came across the jumper wire that the F. Each had a padlock to which there were only two keys, one held by the disseminator, one by the recipient, either personally or by his aide.
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Navy took an important step in the radio intelligence field. Though the Americans never saw the shiki O-bun In-ji-ki, their contraption bore a surprising physical resemblance to it, and of course exactly duplicated it cryptographically.