“… these men came here – British and our Allies, and Americans – to storm these beaches for one purpose only, not to gain anything for ourselves, not to fulfill any ambitions that America had for conquest, but just to preserve freedom. . . . Many thousands of men have died for such ideals as these. . . but these young boys. . . were cut off in their prime. . . I devoutly hope that we will never again have to see such scenes as these. I think and hope, and pray, that humanity will have learned. . . we must find some way . . . to gain an eternal peace for this world.”
'I want you to be the Admiral Nagumo of my staff. I want your every thought, every instinct as you believe Admiral Nagumo might have them. You are to see the war, their operations, their aims, from the Japanese viewpoint and keep me advised what you are thinking about, what you are doing, and what purpose, what strategy, motivates your operations. If you can do this, you will give me the kind of information needed to win this war.' - Edwin Layton, RADM USN, 'And I Was There', 1985, pg.357, ISBN-13: 978-5550460245, Publisher - Random House (March 1987)
Brought to my undeniably over-taxed attention by the Red Team Journal
Presentation by Anja Drephal detailing a Сою́з Сове́тских Социалисти́ческих Респу́блик (also known as the CCCP) or the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) espionage cell, operating within the national boundaries of Nippon in the 1930s and 1940s along with it's success in crypto. Whilst nearly two years old and delivered to the assembled at the Chaos Communication Congress 2013 (30C3), Drephal's presentation is assuredly worth directing your attention to (the math in the second half of the presentation is chock full of Import & Intrigue); Tuesday's Must View documentary...