So I gather using a random cipher stops the patterns of the English language from forming?
I repeat, when used correctly an OTP message is unbreakable without the OTP. Simple newspaper puzzle and jumble rules don't apply. And a point to remember is that these messages were often coded under duress, sometimes in terrible conditions, without the use of any computational devices other than a paper and pen. Not even the million monkeys can decode this one.
... I don't see the point. Even if decrypted a 70+ year old message would most likely be completely meaningless to anyone living now.
It's the challenge involved in it. And who knows, maybe it involved a salacious revelation about a hitherto-unknown Hitler mistress... or an urgent request for another case of His Majesty's finest malt to be sent to the front. Inquiring minds want to know, as do folks with entirely too much time on their hands... -- The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money. A. de Tocqueville