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Sinclair McKay writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph and The Secret Listeners and has written books about James Bond and Hammer horror for Aurum. His next book, about the wartime 'Y' Service during World War II, is due to be published by Aurum in He lives in London. Reviews/5(). The Overstory unfolds in concentric rings of interlocking fable that range from antebellum New York to the late 20th-century Timber Wars of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. An air force loadmaster in the Vietnam War is shot out of the sky, then saved by falling into a banyan. An artist inherits years of photographic portraits, all of the same doomed American chestnut.
Wireless espionage was to play an even more important role during World War II, with the Secret Intelligence Service setting up the Radio Security Service, which was staffed by Voluntary. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Secret Listeners: How the Wartime Y Service Intercepted the Secret German Codes for Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay at. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Brand: Aurum Press, Limited.
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After the "Secret Life of Bletchley Park", here is another fascinating book from Sinclair McKay giving an insight into the world of the Secret Listeners in WW2. These were the men and women who took on the onerous task of intercepting German Morse signals, providing crucial assistance to the Allies in their efforts to gain knowledge of Germany /5().
But this book does reveal many unknown things, such as there being secret listeners and code breakers all around the world and the friendships they forged there.
flag Like see review y rated it it was amazing review of another edition/5. An excellent book which given in depth insight into the shadowy world of the secret listeners. An absolute must for any history buff or anyone who wants to expand their understanding of the workings of the fledgling secret service/5(86).
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Behind the celebrated code-breaking at Bletchley Park lies another secret The men and women of the ‘ Y’ (for Wireless’) Service were sent out across the world to run listening stations from Gibraltar to Cairo, intercepting the German military’s encrypted messages for decoding back at the now-famous Bletchley Park mansion.
Such wartime postings were life-changing adventures 3/5(5). In Bletchley, and then for the ‘Secret Listeners’ in those exotic locations around the world, I wanted to know what life was like – not just for the code-breakers, working those exhausting round the clock shifts, but also for those thousands of other young recruits: the high spirited WRNs, the super-posh debutantes, with their pearls and.
Sinclair McKay's other book The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The History of the Wartime Codebreaking Centre by the Men and Women Who Were There is an intriguing story of the code breakers themselves (and their support staff) who, from through to the end of World War II, continued to break the allegedly unbreakable German Enigma ciphers.
'The Secret Listeners' tells the other side of the /5(). This book is full of delightful episodes.' 'The Secret Listeners draws our attention to the important contribution made by modest, patriotic men and women engaged in war work where individual decorations were rarely awarded and secrecy demanded that even their closest relatives were denied an insight into their contribution to the Allied /5().
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Before Bletchley Park could break the German war machine's code, its daily military communications had to be monitored and recorded by 'the Listening Service', the wartime department whose bases moved with every theatre of war (Cairo, Malta, Gibraltar, Iraq, Cyprus) as well as having listening stations along the eastern coast of Britain to intercept radio traffic in the European theatre.3/5(5).
Second World War: The Secret Listeners by Sinclair McKay: review Brian McArthur enjoys an account of the people who listened to German. The Wartime "Listeners" for the Codebreakers What did you like most about The Secret Listeners.
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How Britain’s German-born Jewish ‘secret listeners’ helped win World War II A new book by historian Helen Fry details the daring operation in which the UK eavesdropped on Nazi prisoners.
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Behind the celebrated code-breaking at Bletchley Park lies another secret The men and women of the ‘ Y’ (for Wireless’) 5/5. A top-secret operation in World War II bugged thousands of German prisoners, gleaning vital information about the Nazi war machine through "secret listeners" who .The book of THE SECRET LISTENERS has now been published!
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