10 Worst Lies in History

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Team Ultra

During World War II, there were a lot of lies, as you could probably see. Besides the Japanese code, there was another code that was extremely difficult to break – the Nazi Enigma Code. The Allies were desperately trying to decipher that code, as the German U-boats were constantly sinking a vast number of merchant ships that were in charge of food, oil, and supplies from North America to England.

But in 1941, a British mathematician called Alan Turing, alongside his team, managed to break the code that revealed all the German submarine positions. From that point, Ultra, which was the Allied intelligence project, used a slew of false messages so they can keep the Germans off their trail. Ultra’s knack for craking difficult codes was one of the major contributors to the final win.

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5 thoughts on “10 Worst Lies in History”

  1. Aunt's friend Of Mine

    Daniel, knows many through the Seven Hills in Aurora.
    As threading pulled from a jacket seam curly quicker wit.

    :Mundane plains drifter.
    :status:

  2. EXCELLENT ARTICLE. I HAVE HEARD OF MANY OF THESE DURING MY LIFE AS FAR BACK AS I CAN REMEMBER. THE WORST ONES ARE THE POLITICAL LIES THAT PROBABLY INFLICT MORE DAMAGE AND SUFFERING TO ALL MANKIND THAT ALL THE OTHER CATEGORIES COMBINED. MY FATHER TOLD ME OVER SIXTY FIVE YEARS AGO THAT NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU LIKE ANY GIVEN POLITICAL FIGURE, YOU CAN NEVER TRUST ANYTHING THAT COMES OUT OF THEIR MOUTHS. HE SHOULD HAVE KNOWN AS HE WAS DEEPLY INVOLVED IN LOCAL POLITICS AT THE LOCAL AND STATE LEVEL AND WAS PRETTY MUCH DISGUSTED WITH THE SYSTEM IN HIS LATER YEARS.

  3. HItler was right! Jews were and still are the enemy of society and now globally. They own every centural bank in the world, news stations, Hollywood, TV shows and all to control and manipulate the world.

  4. I am having trouble understanding how the 1919 Black Sox scandal qualifies as a “lie,” or the Cuban missile crisis.
    That’s two of the first three: time to quit.

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