History General Macarthurs Central Signals Intelligence Bureau WW2

History General Macarthurs Central Signals Intelligence Bureau WW2

MacArthur's Secret Bureau - The Story of the Central Bureau General MacArthur’s Signals Intelligence Organisation. by J.Bou

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After arriving in Australia, General Douglas MacArthur quickily established his own signals intelligence code-breaking unit. This organisation, called Central Bureau, was operating by mid-1942. It worked until the end of the war in the Pacific to gather intelligence on Japanese operations by eavesdropping on their communications and breaking their codes. The bureau was stunningly successful and the intelligence that it gathered played an important role in operations from New Guinea to the Philippines.
  • Book Condition: Is brand new but there is a very slight scuff mark to back cover - thus the 20% reduction
  • Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB): Stiff Card Boards Printed Laminate
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Total Pages: 132
  • Weight in grams: 300

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