Introductory History of VENONA and Guide to the Translations
Fort Meade, MD: National Security Agency, 1995? First? Edition. First? Printing. 12, wraps, illus., map. The VENONA Project analyzed and translated encrypted Soviet diplomatic and trade communications, which turned out to include Soviet KGB and GRU spy messages in addition to diplomatic and trade messages. This monograph, published by the Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, discusses the painstaking process through which the messages were decoded and translated. Condition: very good.
Keywords: Cryptography, KGB, Arlington Hall, Soviet Espionage, GRU, Intelligence, Communist Party, Whittaker Chanmbers, Meredith Gardner
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