Privacy policy

My web site is Dayton Codebreakers, https://daytoncodebreakers.org/.

I, Deborah Anderson of Dayton, Ohio am the writer, webmaster, maintainer. I can be reached at daytoncodebreakers@gmail.org

I keep it simple, as my purpose is just to provide information. There are no comment or contact forms. This site is not commercial in any way.

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There are no cookies used by this site. I collect no information, I do not share anything with any other party.

Personal inquiries by readers

If someone contacts me via private email asking about information, perhaps for family history or for research problems, I do keep a copy of their inquiry and relate to them that I might share their name and their story in order to ask for more information from other resources (e.g., veterans or libraries or historians). I make this clear before I start and any correspondents have the right to revoke their inquiry before it begins.

Thank you. As always I can be reached at daytoncodebreakers@gmail.com

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  • Dayton Codebreakers DVDs

    DVDs are available locally. The Museum Store at Carillon Park is open once again and keeps the DVD in stock. Also re-opening is the book store at the Wright Dunbar Interpretive Center, West Third Street. Those who are not local can reach me at this link
  • Inside You’ll Find…

    WHO worked during the war? Find the Personnel section. Also, Joseph R. Desch
    WHAT were their goals? By the Numbers. Also, The US Bombe
    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