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Techniques
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the
Personnel
of
Operations
VOL.
II,
NO.
12
PUBLISHER
BOARD
OF
EDITORS
DECEMBER
1975
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ThefoZZowing
three
articles
deal
in
various
liJays
UJith
the
publicity
given
in
the
British
and
American
press
and
on
television
to
F.
W.
Winterbotham's
book"The
Ultra
Secret."
The
first
articl~3
by
Brigadier
John
H.
Tiltman,
deals
UJith
the
aCaur'acy
of
the
statements
in
the
book
and
the
degree
of
har'm
done
by
them.The
second
article,
by
P.
w.
Filby,
is
arevieUJ
of
the
book
as
assessed
by
amember
of
the
team
of
specialists
liJho
liJOrked
the
German
diplo-
matic
problem.
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third
article
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advice
to
those
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Anotherand
J.>erhaps
a
decisive
factor
making
prosecution
unl~kely
to
succeed
was
the
pUbli-
cation
in
France
in
1973
of
Bertrand's
book
Enigma3ou
La
PlUB
GrandeEnigtnede
la
Guerre
1939-1945.
This
revealed
for
the
first
time
the
fact
of
an
analytic
success
against
the
Enigmaand
was
decisive
in
thediscussions
betweenDeputy
Director
NSA
and
Director
GCHQ
on
thematter
of
whether
to
attempt
to
restrain
Winterbothamand
his
publisher.
I
am
not
alone
in
believing
that
an
early
official
publicdescription
(perhaps
a
joint
US-UK
statement)
of
thebasic
facts
of
the
wartime
exploitation
of
the
intelligence
derived
from
the
solution
of
the
Enigmakeysmighthave
mitigatedthe
damagedone
to
security.
Perhaps
this
could
havebeen
strengthened
bya
further
APERSONAL
COMMENT
By
Brigad
ier
JohnH.Tiltman,
P1
When
Winterbotham's
book
was
first
published
late
in
1974
in
England,
some
members
of
NSA
who
had
served
at
Bletchley
Park
during
World
War
II,
on
reading
early
reviews,
assumed
that
it
was
officially
authorised.
This
was
defi-
nitely
notthecase.
Its
publication
was
stren-
uously
opposedby
British
responsible
authori-
ties,
who
took
legal
advice
on
the
probable
consequences
of
prosecutingtheauthor
under
the
BritishOfficial
Secrets
Act.
Theywere
advised
that
prosecution
could
not
be
effective
without
the
case
going
to
court
and
evidence
produced
that
British
national
security
hadbeendamagedby
the
book's
publication
withconse-quent
public
disclosure
of
more
current
intelli
gence
activities.
They
therefore
decided
thatle-
gal
action
would
probably
do
moreharm
than
good.,December
75
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