The United States was in serious trouble. Following its disastrous surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Japan held the upper hand in the Pacific.

Japanese soldiers, wearing the rings of American colleges and high schools, could speak English fluently. Educated in the U.S., these men routinely intercepted, and decoded, American military messages. The U.S. needed what has always eluded a country at war: an unbreakable code.

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