Share Content

Why I think this is important

Watch this on PBS and learn the story of Elizebeth Friedman’s work as a codebreaker during World War II.
“By the end of the war, her team broke three separate Enigma machines and contributed 4,000 decoded messages to the fight against Nazi domination, but it would be more than half a century before the larger public knew what she had accomplished.”

3 years ago Corye Beene, Ph.D. US History Professor South Plains College View Bookshelf