Codebreakers' Victory: How the Allied Cryptographers Won World War II
By Hervie Haufler
(0/5) Clear
loading... Loading...
With exclusive interviews, a Signal Corps veteran tells the full story of how cryptography helped defeat the Axis powers, at Bletchley Park and beyond. For years, the story of the
View more
Interest Age
General Audience
Get the ePlatform app for iOS or Android. The quickest and easiest way to borrow and read eBooks and Audioboooks.

Additional Details

Codebreakers' Victory: How the Allied Cryptographers Won World War II
1 April 2014
  • Web browser / App
  • Adobe Digital Editions
1000.7 KB
General Audience (0-99)
Military History

Author Biography

Hervie Haufler (1919-2016) was an author and World War II veteran. Born in Kentucky, he attended the University of Michigan, where he was editor of the Michigan Daily and a member of Phi Betta Kappa. His two books of World War II history, Codebreakers' Victory (2003) and The Spies Who Never Were (2006), grew out of his wartime experiences as a cryptographer in one of the American units assigned to Ultra, the British program for intercepting and decoding Axis messages. Haufler researched public archives and interviewed other members of British and American codebreaking programs to write the books. A longtime employee of General Electric, he left the company in 1980 to found a communications consulting firm with his wife, Patricia. Haufler's short stories and articles appeared in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, and Travel & Leisure, among many other publications.