Women Did It Better: Pioneer Codebreakers. Bletchley Park in England became the hub of Allied cryptography during WWII, famous for cracking Germany's Enigma code. The intelligence organization housed there, known as the Government Code and Cypher School, was staffed by more than 80% women. But two of the most dynamic and influential female codebreakers of the era were from the United States: Anges Meyer Driscoll and Elizebeth Friedman.
Modern day Joseph, James Armistead Lafayette was key in the Revolutionary War for not only exposing Benedict Arnold's duplicity but being faithful in the face of instant gratification since the British offered him freedom immediately in exchange for his betrayal of the fledgling nation.