Enigma code machine

Enigma code machine

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Caption: Four-rotor Enigma encoder used by Germany in World War II to send coded messages. The codes, which were changed daily, were 'cracked' by the Bletchley Park codebreakers in the UK including mathematician Alan Turing.

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