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The journal of intelligence history, ISSN 1616-1262, 07/2020, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 125 - 148
Barbara Tuchman's The Zimmermann Telegram, published in 1958, was the first detailed study of a key episode in the story of America's entry into World War... 
secrecy | codebreaking | World War I | Zimmermann Telegram | David Kahn | Barbara Tuchman | Alastair Denniston | William Friedman
Journal Article
2017, ISBN 0750982659, 224 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Book
Cryptologia, ISSN 0161-1194, 01/2007, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 37
Journal Article
1996, [Rev. and updated ed.]., ISBN 9780684831305, xviii, 1181
Book
05/2011, ISBN 9780813037622
This chapter details the history of the Zimmermann Telegram, and shows that while it caused much political editorializing and may have aroused those who had previously been strong neutralists to anger... 
military history | Senate | Woodrow Wilson | Filibuster | Armed ship bill | Tsar | Algonquin | Casus belli | Zimmermann Telegram
Book Chapter
British Heritage, ISSN 0195-2633, 06/1999, Volume 20, Issue 4, p. 15
  Bailey discusses the infamous Zimmermann Telegram in 1917 that finally allowed the British to convince the Americans to fight in World War... 
United Kingdom | Code breaking | Military history | Portrayals | World War I | History | Zimmermann, Arthur | Espionage
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The Wall Street journal. Eastern edition, ISSN 0099-9660, 02/2017
  When Wilson released it to the public, the telegram rallied patriotic sentiment like nothing since the burning of the White House during the War of 1812... 
World War I | Neutrality | Zimmermann, Arthur
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