File:Boone-WW2CryptologicHeritageUSComputerCommIndustries c2004.pdf

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James V. Boone apparently wrote this well referenced and illustrated, 21 page, paper, "The WWII Cryptologic Heritage of the United States' Computer and Communications Industries" in 2004, probably for a presentation to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation in Fort Meade, Maryland, USA. He connects the involvement of corporations and select individuals in the SIGSALY secure digital voice communications systems and in cryptologic applications of computing to their roles in developing and directing the technological directions of the new computer industry and established telecommunications industry.

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