The invisible cryptologists : African-Americans, WWII to 1956

"The story of African-Americans employed by the National Security Agency and its predecessors. It tells of the movement of African-Americans from low-level jobs in segregated work units to their rise to key positions in NSA's structure"--Resource description page

Main Author: Williams, Jeannette
Corporate Author: United States National Security Agency/Central Security Service
Other Authors: Dickerson, Yolande
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [Fort George G. Meade, Md.] Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency 2001
Series:United States cryptologic history. Series 5, Early postwar period, 1945-1952
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Collection: Safari Tech Books Online - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:"The story of African-Americans employed by the National Security Agency and its predecessors. It tells of the movement of African-Americans from low-level jobs in segregated work units to their rise to key positions in NSA's structure"--Resource description page
Item Description:Description based on print version record. - "CCH-E05B-01-01"--Cover
Physical Description:1 online resource (vii, 43 p.) ill., ports