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Enigma Machine - Turing Bombe Deciphers Code

Working with Enigma decipher materials originally created by Polish code breakers, Alan Turing and his team at Bletchley Park (south of London) created a one-ton computer known as the “Turing Bombe.”  

They used the device to crack the Enigma code which Germany's U-boats had used so successfully against Allied ships.

This video provides a virtual visit to Bletchley Park and features formerly top-secret places and items instrumental to World War II intelligence.


Media Credits

A visit to Bletchley Park - online, courtesy the totalwit Channel at YouTube.

 

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