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Electronic version of the German Enigma machine

Slawek_ps

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Hello to all forum Users

this project was created in homage to Polish mathematicians (Rejewski, Rozycki, Zygalski) who broke the code of the German Enigma machine. In July 1939, the Polish side invited representatives of the cryptological services of France and Great Britain transferred all knowledge about decrypting the Enigma code. Based on the information provided by the Polish side created by the British in 1939, Bletchley Park, enabled Alan Turing to "quickly enter" further work on decoding the Enigma cipher.

In the documentation for the self-made electronic Enigma, there are all pcb prints for thermal transfer.

2020-01-31-enigma.jpg


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Hello @Slawek_ps,

it is interesting and useful project. We should remember merits of Polish scientists during Second World War.

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Hello @Slawek_ps,

it is interesting and useful project. We should remember merits of Polish scientists during Second World War.

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Thank you,


The latest documents released by the French archive regarding the cracking of the Enigma code, please see the movie (English version)


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And not only the enigma machine, but some key parts of crashed V2 rockets were also retrieved by the Poles.
 

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And not only the enigma machine, but some key parts of crashed V2 rockets were also retrieved by the Poles.
You're right when it comes to V1 and V2, I recommend the document


however, the most important for humanity was the participation of the Polish mathematician Stanislaw Ulam who, together with Hungarian Edward Teller, created thermonuclear weapons
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermonuclear_weapon

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