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Book Type: C, O

By Jak P. Mallmann Showell. The German Naval Radio Monitoring Service of WWII is still clouded in deep mystery. With this book, noted German naval historian fills the void by presenting highpoints of the service's interception, decoding, and intelligence activities. Drawing on documentation and memoirs from archives in Germany and England, the author covers the growth of "B-ienst" and the integral part daily intelligence played in the thrust and parry of naval battles, and provides a unique behind-the-scenes perspective that will be appreciated for its fresh insights on this long-neglected aspect of WWII. 172 pp.


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