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Topic: The "Magic" Messages of Diplomatic Importance< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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PostIcon Posted on: Jun. 14 2001,10:55   Ignore posts   QUOTE

The first Exhibit in the Pearl Harbor Attack Hearings is a collection of diplomatic traffic sent and received by Tokyo from July to December, 1941.  Having this information gave the US government insight into what Japan was planning to offer and where they were saying one thing and meaning another.  The debate on whether or not this was a good thing continues.

INTERCEPTED DIPLOMATIC MESSAGES SENT BY
THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT BETWEEN JULY 1 AND DECEMBER 8, 1941

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