ONLINE CATALOG SEARCH

Documents

Reel 056 Item 1976 Dr. Alan Turing

   
Author:  War Department
Date: December 15, 1942

Subject: World War II


Correspondence between Marshall, Field Marshall Sir John Dill, General George Strong regarding the lack of full exchange of inform on the part of British representatives and the visit of Dr. Alan Turing to Bell Laboratories to inspect a telephone scrambling device.

Contents:

  • 15 Dec 1942 – Letter to Marshall from – Turing and Ultra Secret developments
  • 22 Dec 1942 – War Department Disposition Form
  • 23 Dec 1942 – Letter to Dill from Marshall – Lack of disclosure on the British’s part
  • 26 Dec 1942 – Letter to Marshall from Dill – Misunderstand of procedure regarding sharing of intelligence
  • 1 Jan 1943 – Memorandum for Chief of Staff from Strong – Colonel Tiltman, withholding information from Allies, voice scrambler
  • 5 Jan 1943 – Letter to Marshall from Dill – explanation of process of sharing information and permission for Turing to visit Bell Labs
  • 6 Jan 1943 – Memorandum for Dill from Marshall – unable to secure permission for Turing and increase hazard of sharing information
  • 7 Jan 1943 – Letter to Marshall from Dill – refusal of Dr. Turing to visit Bell Labs
  • 9 Jan 1943 – Letter to Macready from McNarney – Permission granted to Dr. Turing
  • 13 Jan 1943 – Letter to McNarney from Macready – Thank you letter

 

Digital Downloads

Reel 56 Item 1976 Dr. Alan Turing




Collection

,

Location: Reading Room
Call No. Reel 56

Language: english