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Room 40 had previously obtained German cipher documents, including the diplomatic cipher 13040 (captured in the Mesopotamian campaign), and naval cipher 0075, retrieved from the wrecked cruiser SMS Magdeburg by the Russians, who passed it to the British. Disclosure of the Telegram would obviously sway public opinion in the United States against Germany, provided the Americans could be convinced it was genuine. But Room 40 chief William Reginald Hall was reluctant to let it out, because the disclosure would expose the German codes broken in Room 40 and British eavesdropping on the United States cable. Hall waited three weeks. During this period, Grey and cryptographer William Montgomery completed the decryption. On 1 February Germany announced resumption of "unrestricted" submarine warfare, an act which led the United States to break off diplomatic relations with Germany on 3 February.

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>Room 40 had previously obtained German cipher documents, including the diplomatic cipher 13040 (captured in the Mesopotamian campaign), and naval cipher 0075, retrieved from the wrecked cruiser SMS Magdeburg by the Russians, who passed it to the British. ⇒40号室は、以前ドイツの暗号文書を手に入れたことがあったが、それには外交用暗号13040(メソポタミア野戦で捕捉された)と、ロシア軍によって座礁したSMS(ドイツ軍の艦艇)巡洋艦マグデブルク号から回収されて、英国軍に渡された海軍用暗号0075が含まれていた。 >Disclosure of the Telegram would obviously sway public opinion in the United States against Germany, provided the Americans could be convinced it was genuine. But Room 40 chief William Reginald Hall was reluctant to let it out, because the disclosure would expose the German codes broken in Room 40 and British eavesdropping on the United States cable. ⇒もし電報が公開されて、それが本物であることをアメリカ人が確信できたら、明らかにアメリカ合衆国内でドイツに対する世論が揺れ動くことだろう。しかし、40号室の長官ウィリアム・レジナルド・ホールは、それを外へ出すのを嫌った。というのも、それを公開するのは、ドイツの暗号が40号室にバレていることや英国が米国のケーブルを盗聴していることも公開することになるからであった。 >Hall waited three weeks. During this period, Grey and cryptographer William Montgomery completed the decryption. On 1 February Germany announced resumption of "unrestricted" submarine warfare, an act which led the United States to break off diplomatic relations with Germany on 3 February. ⇒ホールは、3週間待った。この期間中にグレーと暗号作成者ウィリアム・モンゴメリーが解読を完了した。2月1日、ドイツは「無制限の」海底戦争を発表したが、その行為がアメリカ合衆国をして2月3日にドイツとの外交関係を断絶させることにつながった。

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