Hitler's Japanese Confidant: General Ōshima Hiroshi and MAGIC Intelligence, 1941-1945

University Press of Kansas, 1993 - 271 Seiten
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In 1940, the US Army Signal Intelligence Service broke the Japanese diplomatic code. In 1975 Oshima Hiroshi, Japan's ambassador to Berlin during World War II, died, never knowing that the hundreds of messages he transmitted to Tokyo had been fully decoded by the Americans and whisked off to Washington, providing a major source of information for the Allies on Nazi activities.

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