Enigma explained

I read your article last week entitled How we won the war". It was about the code-busting Enigma machine. This was the coding and decoding machine invented by the Germans between the two world wars.

I read your article last week entitled "How we won the war". It was about the code-busting Enigma machine.This was the coding and decoding machine invented by the Germans between the two world wars. The British code busting was carried out at Bletchley Park, using what was known as Colossus, an early type of computer, and a huge staff of mathematicians etc.Geoff Buer,4 Featherstone Road, Exmouth.


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