Spaniard Claims To Have Cracked D-Day Carrier Pigeon Code

[Codango: Come on! What does it say!?!]

James Badcock: A 22-year-old Spanish IT entrepreneur says he has cracked the D-Day code found on a dead carrier pigeon believed to have been sent from Nazi-occupied France and which was discovered in a chimney in Surrey three years ago.

Didac Sánchez claimed on Thursday that he had deciphered the Second World War message following a three-year effort at a cost of…

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