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Klucz do Rebeki - OP63D0
The Key to Rebecca
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Status: Gotowa do szukania
Data ukrycia: 06-04-2013
Data utworzenia: 05-04-2013
Data opublikowania: 06-04-2013
Ostatnio zmodyfikowano: 13-12-2018
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Klucz do Rebeki

 

(...)
At the bottom of the half-burned pile was a book, a novel in English.
Vandam frowned. He opened the book and read the first line: "Last night I
dreamt I went to Manderley again." The book was called Rebecca, and it was
by Daphne du Maurier. The title was vaguely familiar. Vandam thought
his wife might have read it. It seemed to be about a young woman living
in an English country house.
Vandarn scratched his head. it was, to say the least, pecu~ Iiar
readingfor the Afrika Korps.
And why was it in English?
It might have been taken from a captured English soldier, but Vandam
thought that unlikely: in his experience soldiers read pornography,
hard-boiled private eye stories and the Bible. Somehow he could not
imagine the Desert Rats getting interested in the problems of the
mistress of Manderley.
No, the book was here for a purpose, What purpose? Vandam could think of
only one possibility: it was the basis of a code.
A book code was a variation on the one-time pad. A onetime pad had
letters and numbers randomly printed in fivecharacter groups. Only two
copies of each pad were made: one for the sender and one for the
recipient of the signals. Each sheet of the pad was used for one message,
then torn off and destroyed. Because each sheet was used only once the
code could not be broken. A book code used the pages of a printed book
in the same way, except that the sheets were not necessarily destroyed
after use.
(...)
At the bottom of the half-burned pile was a book, a novel in English.Vandam frowned. He opened the book and read the first line: "Last night Idreamt I went to Manderley again." The book was called Rebecca, and it wasby Daphne du Maurier. The title was vaguely familiar. Vandam thoughthis wife might have read it. It seemed to be about a young woman livingin an English country house.Vandarn scratched his head. it was, to say the least, pecu~ Iiarreadingfor the Afrika Korps.And why was it in English?It might have been taken from a captured English soldier, but Vandamthought that unlikely: in his experience soldiers read pornography,hard-boiled private eye stories and the Bible. Somehow he could notimagine the Desert Rats getting interested in the problems of themistress of Manderley.No, the book was here for a purpose, What purpose? Vandam could think ofonly one possibility: it was the basis of a code.A book code was a variation on the one-time pad. A onetime pad hadletters and numbers randomly printed in fivecharacter groups. Only twocopies of each pad were made: one for the sender and one for therecipient of the signals. Each sheet of the pad was used for one message,then torn off and destroyed. Because each sheet was used only once thecode could not be broken. A book code used the pages of a printed bookin the same way, except that the sheets were not necessarily destroyedafter use.

 


(...)

 

Bogge was coming to find him.

Vandam stared at him. He was white-faced, and angry to the point of

hysteria. He came stomping across the dusty sand, a sheet of paper in his hand.

Vandam. thought: What the devil has got into him?

Bogge shouted: "What do you do all day, anyway?"

Vandam said nothing. Bogge handed him the sheet of paper. Vandam. looked at it.

It was a coded radio signal, with the decrypt written between the lines of

code. It was timed at midnight on June 3. The sender used the call sign

Sphinx. The message, after the usual preliminaries about signal strength,

bore the heading OPERATION ABERDEEN.

 



 

The audio file is contained message to Cairo spy.

http://opencaching.pl/mp3/FDE059ED-F22A-022F-CC21-B0A2D142695A.mp3

The exact position is in the message, about 500 meters from the location on the map.

 

Title: Rebeka.
Author: Maurier, Daphne du (1907-1989).
Publishing house: Warszawa : "Iskry", 1958.
ISBN: 83-207-1333-1.
Pages: 358


Based on "The Key to RebeccaKen Follett

 

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