Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Monday, July 22, 2019
Some time ago I posted the finding aid for the TICOM collection in the Political Archive of the German Foreign Ministry (excel file).
Now a new finding aid is available with a short description of each file (in pdf format). I have uploaded it to my Google Drive account.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
The program for the NSA’s Cryptologic history Symposium has been posted.
There seem to be some interesting presentations about WWII and the Cold war period. For example:
Dr. George Lasry Modern Codebreaking of Siemens and Halske T52
Mr. Jock Bruce What Happened Next? British Army Sigint, 1919-1939
Mr. Tony Comer GCHQ Centenary History
Dr. John Ferris GCHQ during the Cold War
Mr. Richard R. Lonergan Re-Evaluating the Cryptological Dividends of the Battle of Nomohan at 80: The Impact of Soviet Breakthroughs into Japanese Code and Cipher Systems
Dr. Francis Jordan-Rozwadowski What the Metadata Say: A Study of OKW/Chi Decrypts of Polish Intelligence Traffic
Dr. David Kenyon How Fishy was ULTRA? – The Role of Encrypted Teleprinter Traffic in the Intelligence for Operation OVERLORD
Mr. Marty Busse COMSEC Lietuvos Partizanų
Dr. Paul A. Thomsen Terminating the Signal: How SIGINT Turned the Tide against Axis Submarine Predation in World War II
Mr. Robert J. Hanyok Answering the Age-Old Commander’s Question: What the Hell is Going on out There? – The U.S. Army’s Signal Information and Monitoring Units and the
I hope that they decide to publish their proceedings online, like Histocrypt did.