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In the early phases of the war, particularly during the eight-month Phoney Warthe Germans could transmit most of their messages using land lines and so had no need to use radio.
This meant that those at Bletchley Park had some time to build up experience of collecting and starting to decrypt messages on the various radio networks. German Enigma messages were the main source, with those of the Luftwaffe predominating, as they used radio more and their operators were particularly ill-disciplined.
A typical Bletchley intercept sheet, before decryption and translation. A typical Bletchley intercept sheet, after decryption. Cryptanalysis of the Enigma " Enigma " refers to a family of electro-mechanical rotor cipher machines. These produced a polyalphabetic substitution cipher and were widely thought to be unbreakable in the s, when a variant of the commercial Model D was first used by the Reichswehr.
Abwehr German military intelligence used a four-rotor machine without a plugboard and Naval Enigma used different key management from that of the army or air force, making its traffic far more difficult to cryptanalyse; each variant required different cryptanalytic treatment. German military Enigma was first broken in December by the Polish Cipher Bureauusing a combination of brilliant mathematics, the services of a spy in the German office responsible for administering encrypted communications, and good luck.
Cryptanalysis of the Lorenz cipher In Junethe Germans started to introduce on-line stream cipher teleprinter systems for strategic point-to-point radio links, to which the British gave the code-name Fish.
These cipher systems were cryptanalysed, particularly Tunny, which the British thoroughly penetrated. It was eventually attacked using Colossuswhich were the first digital programme-controlled electronic computers.
In many respects the Tunny work was more difficult than for the Enigma, since the British codebreakers had no knowledge of the machine producing it nor the head-start that the Poles had given them against Enigma. The eventual bulk decryption of Lorenz-enciphered messages contributed significantly and perhaps decisively, to the defeat of Nazi Germany.
It produced a polyalphabetic substitution cipher, but unlike Enigma, was not a rotor machine, being built around electrical stepping switches. Detailed reports by the Japanese ambassador to Germany were encrypted on the Purple machine. His reports included reviews of German assessments of the military situation, reviews of strategy and intentions, reports on direct inspections by the ambassador in one case, of Normandy beach defencesand reports of long interviews with Hitler.
The Japanese did not use it for their most secret communications, having developed a similar machine. The volume of the intelligence reports going out to commanders in the field built up gradually.
Army and air force[ edit ] The distribution of Ultra information to Allied commanders and units in the field involved considerable risk of discovery by the Germans, and great care was taken to control both the information and knowledge of how it was obtained.
Liaison officers were appointed for each field command to manage and control dissemination. Dissemination of Ultra intelligence to field commanders was carried out by MI6which operated Special Liaison Units SLU attached to major army and air force commands.
Each SLU included intelligence, communications, and cryptographic elements. The main function of the liaison officer or his deputy was to pass Ultra intelligence bulletins to the commander of the command he was attached to, or to other indoctrinated staff officers.
In order to safeguard Ultra, special precautions were taken. The standard procedure was for the liaison officer to present the intelligence summary to the recipient, stay with him while he studied it, then take it back and destroy it.
By the end of the war, there were about 40 SLUs serving commands around the world. Mobile SLUs were attached to field army and air force headquarters, and depended on radio communications to receive intelligence summaries. The first mobile SLUs appeared during the French campaign of Reviews of film DVDs, including Chaplin, Antonioni and the Marx Brothers.
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