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Enigma Machine The German Light Cruiser Magdaboard ran around the Baltic sea the Russians that were in that area captured the ship and found in it the German Navy Secret code book The British used it to decode German Navel messages so that they would know what the Germans were going to do next When the war was over the British told the world that they had found the Germans code book which made the Germans realize that code books were not a good way of getting such important messages around So they decided that they needed a code machine In Berlin man made an encoding machine available on the market named the Enigma Variations You press a letter on the keyboard and a different letter is typed Each time you press that letter the letter that comes out changes It has so many approximately 310114 different variations The Polish had the insight that the codes could be deciphered by mathematicians Bartramp photographed the keys to break Enigmas codes and sold them to the Polish The Germans later added two more roters and they found out that they needed help so they brought a bunch of really smart people together to see if any of them could find a way to break the codes One man found a way to build a machine that would take the encoded message and come up with every possible out come for it And all they would need to do is look through them and find out the one that makes sense All the mathematicians couldnt break it and this was the only way that they found that was possibleThe work of Enigma required enormous concentration and at least eighty intercepts collected on the same day using the same setting on the German cipher devices Kozaczuk This machine looks alot like a typewriter but it has an extra panel built into the lid Twenty-six circular glass windows in
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