Decoding Pearl Harbor: USN Cryptanalysis and the Challenge of JN-25B in 1941

@article{Wilford2002DecodingPH,
  title={Decoding Pearl Harbor: USN Cryptanalysis and the Challenge of JN-25B in 1941},
  author={Timothy Wilford},
  journal={The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord},
  year={2002}
}
  • Timothy Wilford
  • Published 1 January 2002
  • The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord
En 1941, les « Forces navales des États-Unis » ont tenté de dévoiler les plans de la marine japonaise en décryptant le principal code la marine japonaise, soit le JN-25B. Les auteurs traditionalistes estiment que les « Forces navales des États-Unis » ne pouvaient pas lire de JN-25B en 1941, alors que les auteurs révisionnistes estiment que le JN-25B était entièrement lisible. Cependant, un examen de la correspondance et des rapports de l'époque démontre que les « Forces navales des États-Unis… 
The Impetus to Creativity in Technology
TLDR
The author describes the ensuing developments from two now well-known publications in the twentieth century: a paper by Claude Shannon in 1948 and a patent by Horst Feistel in 1971, which contained significant and seminal technological results.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 27 REFERENCES
Robert Stinnett Responds to NSA’s Pearl Harbor Claims
    Things You Can’t Say in America FDR Knew About the Attack on Pearl Harbor
      SRN-116588 cited in Parker
        RG181, 13t h Naval District Commandant's Office, Classified Central Subject Files
        • File FF1/A2-11, Route Slip
        • 1934
        Operation Summaries, Lt. Rudolph Fabian, Fort Mills, P.I., to The Chief of Naval Operations
        • Operation Summaries, Lt. Rudolph Fabian, Fort Mills, P.I., to The Chief of Naval Operations
        • 1941
        Decoding Pearl Harbor: USN Cryptanalysis and the Challenge of JN-25B in 1941
          Navy Communications Intelligence and the Battles of Coral Sea, Midway, and the Aleutians, United States Cryptologic History, Series IV
          • Navy Communications Intelligence and the Battles of Coral Sea, Midway, and the Aleutians, United States Cryptologic History, Series IV
          • 1993
          Box 15, 1300/1 — NSRS Philippines, Assignment & Distribution
          • Box 15, 1300/1 — NSRS Philippines, Assignment & Distribution
          • 1941
          ...
          ...