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British spy agencies, the government’s communications headquarters on the 8th for the first time to publicize the second world war intercepted by the German radio station “German Brown” sent the last two contents of secret messages. (Image from the website of the UK intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters gchq.gov.uk)
LONDON (8 (LONDON) On the eve of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe, Britain today unveiled for the first time the last two secret messages sent by German radio Brown during World War II.
AFP reported that the two secret messages were sent on May 7, 1945.
The first secret message said: “The British army entered the port of Cuxhaven (in the coastal city of northern Germany) at 2 pm on 6 May and will stop all radio communications from now on, wishing you all the best. Good, Lieutenant Kunkel. 」
A second secret message was sent immediately afterwards: “Permanently closed, I wish you all the best, goodbye.” 」
The two dense messages arrived when the Allied forces were approaching the port of Cox, where the old extensive radio station “German Brown” was retreating.
The secret messages, released by the Government’s headquarters for Communications, a British intelligence agency, say they showed that the Bletchley Park crackers, tasked with cracking German codes, continued to work hard at the end of the war.
The Bletchley Park decoders, best known for breaking the German Nazi cipher machine “Enigma”, were nominated for an Oscar in 2014 for the film “The Imitation Game” and starred by British actor Benedict Cumberbatch. (Translated by: Li Wanxuan / Report: Zhang Youzhi)