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Old 7th March 2010, 20:43
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Re: Using Y-Intercepts to research the Luftwaffe

Hello Bruce,

1st - I can download, read & print the files,
2nd - very goot stuff

Thank you

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Old 7th March 2010, 20:57
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Hi Bruce --

... my efforts to read it, by enlarging, saving, or printing it, does nothing but freeze my computer. Any more hints?

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Yes, and I only found out by trial and error: download it. Humyo doesn't seem to support viewing very well.

Darius, glad you find it useful.

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Old 7th March 2010, 21:10
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Hi Bruce --

Still trying to download, and still hanging my trusty eMac. Something to do with applets... I'll try again, let the pinwheel spin a while longer, and go read the paper.

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Old 7th March 2010, 21:49
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Hi Bruce --

I'm back in business. There's apparently a problem with my eMac-humyo-Java interface, and I can't download folders, but I stumbled on the correct humyo arrow & can download a page-at-a-time. This looks like a useful file.

Can you recommend anything else on Reich air defense activity from your HW-level ULTRA searches?

Thanks again,

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Old 8th March 2010, 22:12
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To continue the material relating to autumn 1942, here is a link to an Air Activity Summarry from October ...

https://www.humyo.com/10203701/AIR%2...%20Oct%201942/

This might also be of interest to Don.

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Thanks Bruce --

I'm OOT, but what I can see of this report looks very interesting. I'll continue fighting the humyo fight as soon as I get back home.

By any chance, do you have similar reports covering later months in the war, after the USAAF got into it big time?

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Many thanks, Bruce. I can see all the pags now. Thanks for posting the very useful files
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A report on the Allied view of German aircraft reporting system including the German Y service.


https://www.humyo.com/10203701/Allie...20Y%20service/

The subjects covered range from chain-of-command to security procedures in place for coded messages.

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A January 1943 summary of Operation names known to have been used by German forces, prepared by the Admiralty.

https://www.humyo.com/10203701/Germa...ation%20names/

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Re: Using Y-Intercepts to research the Luftwaffe

I'm hearing mixed stories about the HUMYO links on my files. Because I am the account holder, I do not see the same page, or get asked the same questions, as 'public' users who arrive at the site through the links I provide. The only way I will know if people have a problem is if you speak up. How easy or difficult are people finding it? (I have thick skin, so speak plainly please)

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