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    The Last Decoder of Monterey

    This is one ladies story and she is “The Last Decoder of Monterey”. Monterey, home to a secret Royal Australian Navy intelligence unit called FRUMEL during World War II. Now after 50 years we can fin...

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    The Last Decoder of Monterey

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    This is one ladies story and she is “The Last Decoder of Monterey”. Monterey, home to a secret Royal Australian Navy intelligence unit called FRUMEL during World War II. Sworn to secrecy she and her colleagues will not be able to share their story until the British Prime Minter David Cameron acknowledged the work of Berkley Park and it’s outposts in 2009. Now after 50 years we can finally learn the secrets of Australia’s uncelebrated hero’s.
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    The Last Decoder of Monterey

    This is one ladies story and she is “The Last Decoder of Monterey”. Monterey, home to a secret Royal Australian Navy intelligence unit called FRUMEL during World War II. Sworn to secrecy she and her colleagues will not be able to share their story until the British Prime Minter David Cameron acknowledged the work of Berkley Park and it’s outposts in 2009. Now after 50 years we can finally learn the secrets of Australia’s uncelebrated hero’s.

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