Crypto 2009

Crypto 2009

Cold War and by the Canadian military during WW-II. This collection has been accumulated crypto 2009 the last 20 years or so.

In August 2011, I retired from the Government of Canada here in Ottawa after a 31 year career mainly as a mathematician and as a manager. If you are interested, here is a somewhat updated biography which was originally put together for the Cryptologic Symposium’s website – this biennial symposium has been held in March of 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Captain Midnight and Radio Orphan Annie eras. Credits also acknowledge CSE as contributing a 4-rotor naval Enigma. The Diefenbunker is also known as Canada’s Cold War Museum. The exhibit was in place from February 2002 until early September 2002.

The display was expanded to a 2-room display to accomodate children’s clandestine toys over the years – that included items such as Secret Sam, Batman cards, James Bond, Spiderman and Get Smart. A local television station CJOH aired a short piece related to this Diefenbunker exhibit and this collection on 27 April 2002 during “Regional Contact”. It was great fun and entertaining to have done this with host Joel Haslam. This was in concert with other displays by CSE and CSIS. In November of 2003, part of the collection formed the “Cryptologic Toys” exhibit at the National Cryptologic Museum at Fort Meade in Maryland. Television visited to take photos of clandestine radios from WW-II, notably the B2 suitcase radio and code on silk. This was part of a production titled “The Secret Liberators” which aired later in 2005.

SRC Television took still photos of that clandestine transceiver. This is to be part of a production which focuses on German spies who landed on the eastern shores of Canada in WW-II. Over the last few years, there have been frequent exhibits at key events such as those tied to Remembrance Day in November each year around the Ottawa area. One of these is the “Canada Remembers” all-day event at Billings Bridge. Other sites can link to content of this website or parts therein and must do so with appropriate and clear accreditation. Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property.