Somerville's Aggressiveness at Ceylon

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herosrest
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Re: Somerville's Aggressiveness at Ceylon

Post by herosrest » 19 Dec 2019 22:45

Let's reprise.

https://slate.com/human-interest/2013/1 ... idway.html and one of those little things that meant nothing then or now. The Japanese had intercepted radio traffic that suggested another attack on Wake Island and Shōkaku and Zuikaku sailed for Eniwetok to be in a position to intercept any such attack, but no attack occurred. So...... this was 17 October,1943 and one month after the US carrier raid of Tarawa on 18 September.

AF..... Come in, over? :roll: https://web.archive.org/web/20080411142 ... howers.mp4 MacShowers - Wayback Machine :lol:

For those who really love study of Rembrandt's never drying painted wall - Something happened with JN-25 in..... http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/PTO/Mag ... -25.1.html During August and December 1943, transitions to altered code transmissions took place and it is not clear whether Sigint were tearing out hair or scratching heads. Don't go to Davos.

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Re: Somerville's Aggressiveness at Ceylon

Post by Carl Schwamberger » 03 Feb 2020 14:47

herosrest. Interesting comments on the possible effects of signet on Japanese decisions. Holt comments on the lack of response of the Japanese military to Allied deception ops, 'The Deceivers. Your comments indicate the possibility of some successful deception or self-deception.

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