Military Intelligence Museum Receives Enigma Cipher Machine

April 2000
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p52
Reports that the Military Intelligence Museum in Fort Huachuca, Arizona has received a World War II-era Nazi encoding-decoding machine called the Enigma on March 23, 2000. Impact of the capture of the Enigma and its codes; Use of the cipher machine among German and Japanese forces; Components and features of the machine.


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