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@halesnstuff @jfagone I've got about 100 pages left, and I loved the first 250!
Unsurprisingly/unfortunately, much of Elizebeth Smith Friedman's accomplishments were erased by men (in real time and in history books). And on a different note, a lot of her WWII codebreaking work was about the Nazi effort in South America, which is largely not discussed.
First book I'm tackling this holiday season: "The Woman Who Smashed Codes" by @jfagone. Excellent biography about Elizebeth Smith Friedman, one of the first cryptanalysts in the U.S. Where to buy:
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