Naked Security: Women in Cryptology – USPS celebrates WW2 codebreakers

Naked Security: Women in Cryptology – USPS celebrates WW2 codebreakers. “The US Postal Service just issued a commemorative stamp to remember the service of some 11,000 women cryptologists during World War 2. Like their Bletchley Park counterparts in the UK, these wartime heros didn’t finish the war with any sort of hero’s welcome back into civilian life. Indeed, they got no public recognition at all for the amazing physical and intellectual effort they put into decrypting and decoding enemy intelligence.”

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