Enigma in Many Keys is an insider's story of some of the most dramatic events of the 20th century. Button writes an anecdotal account of World War II "Ultra" intelligence, the Voice of America, and the early days of television and satellite communications.
"Enigma in Many Keys
complements other war memoirs-its focus takes us away from the brutal tragedies of battle. Rich descriptions and keen insights result from the author's access to important people and places remarkable letters, by a soldier in his 20's, are perceptive and detailed a unique account of the war and a welcome addition to the World War II canon."
Trustee, Bletchley Park Trust
from the Foreword
"Robert Button is someone who actually had something measurable to do with the way our world is today: an American citizen-soldier at the heart of the Allied effort in Europe; he is a diplomat who directed Voice of America and served at the nascent NATO headquarters; an entrepreneur who spotted the potential of emerging satellite technology. He is a gifted storyteller with a fascinating story to tell."
Patrick L. Townsend
author of Five-Star Leadership