Signals Intelligence in World War II Ultra and the Air War in Europe
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Political Science & Geography
Graduate Program in International studies
Philip S. Gillette
Peter C. Stewart
Call Number for Print
Special Collections LD4331.I45P37
(First paragraph) In recent years the study of military intelligence, particularly when viewed from a historical context, has acquired new significance. As military historians attempt to find a correlation between wartime events and the intelligence activities supporting those events, many serious works in this field have emerged. Some accounts of World War II military intelligence deal with the subject in terms of its benefits to the field commander. Others take a more extreme view and argue that major wartime successes resulted more from good intelligence than from good leadership.
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Perez, Demetrio J..
"Signals Intelligence in World War II Ultra and the Air War in Europe"
(1989). Master of Arts (MA), Thesis, Political Science & Geography, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/ex5z-d741