Breaking the German Inigma Code had to be one of the top intelligence victories of all time. It was the communication code that the Germans used to communicate, and U.S. and British intelligence communities were able to break the code so that the Allies could know what the Germans were saying. Another intelligence victory was the planting of information regarding the actual location and time of the invasion that ended up being D-Day. Dis-information was sent to the Germans in the form of a deceased courier with elaborate plans for an invasion that was far away from Normandy France. Germans sent most of their military forces to that location in an effort to defeat the Allies during the invasion. A third major intelligence victory of WW2 was the "code-talkers". Navajo Indians spoke a language that NOBODY in the rest of the world understood. Their job was to continuously talk on the radio, mostly conversational stuff, then when there was real information to be sent the code talkers would slip that in. The Axis powers went nuts trying to decode a language which to them may as well have been from Mars. The Navajo Code Talkers were definitely heroes.
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war and navy departments had intelligence sections
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The SIM- military intelligence the OVRA was the Italian Gestapo
The following art movements were not prominent prior to World War 1: Surrealism Cubism Impressionism Abstract Post-impressionism
The Danish military intelligence.
All sides had victories and defeats throughout World War 2 but the Allies had the final victory in August 1945
The most major of victories included the Battle of Britain, D-Day, and Battle of the Bulge.
Lightening victories are those that occur very quickly and with a minimum of resistance. The Germans first used it in World War 2. They called it the 'Blitzkreig.'
World War I was the first time that aircraft were used on a large scale. Manfred von Richthofen of Germany, also known as the Red Barron, had 80 confirmed air victories.
Major William Earle Molesworth was a British World War I flying ace credited with 18 aerial victories.
Manfred von Richtoven is credited as the Ace of Aces for the First World War, with 80 confirmed victories. RenÃ© Fonck was the highest ranking Allied pilot, with 75 victories confirmed out of a claim of 146 victories, and many experts believe he did, in fact, outperform von Richtoven.
Major Erich Hartmann was German's leading ace in World War II. He reportedly scored 352 victories.
Gudalcanal, Midway, Iwo Jima, Okinawa,
Marshal Philippe Petain, a prominent War I general
Battle of the Bulge and the Battle of Philippine Sea were the two most critical battles and turning points in World War 2.
Gettysburg, Vicksburg, and Petersburg were all major Union victories in the American Civil War.