Dufty, D: The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau
how Australia's signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War
‘A delightfully and thoroughly engaging story of the emergence of the Australian contribution to the signals and radio interception intelligence … Dufty’s writing style is light and easy to read, reminiscent of other contemporary historical narratives that tell a series of stories, most notably the emphasis of the human story associated with these experiences.’
David Dufty is a Canberra-based writer and researcher. He completed a psychology degree with honours at the University of Newcastle, has a PhD in psychology from Macquarie University, and has worked as a statistician and social researcher at the University of Memphis, Newspoll, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics. His previous book,
How to Build an Android, described modern developments in robotics and artificial intelligence.