Bombe correspondence



March 17, 1943


From: The President

  • To: The Chairman, War Production Board
  • Subject: Navy Contract NSx 7892
  • 1. Please insure that Navy Contract NXs 7892 is given the highest possible preference rating (AAA) commencing this date.
  • Copy to:
  • Vice Chief of Naval Operations
  • Chief of Staff, U. S. Army
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    WHO worked during the war? Find the Personnel section. Also, Joseph R. Desch
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    WHY? History of the Bombe Project A contemporary account of the reasons and the plans for their project for the Director of Naval Communications, 1944.
    WHERE was the project: In Dayton, it was in Building 26. In Washington, it was housed at the Naval Communications Annex