The Enigma Machine
Can you crack the code?
These are some of the drums that went in and rotated in the enigma machine
This is how they used to break the German codes in WW2
This is the place were the enigma code was famously broken
The Bombe was an electromechanical device used by the british cyrptologists to help crack the enigma code during WW2. The bombe machine was used to to discover some of the daily of the enigma machine on the various German military networks.
During World War II, the Germans believed that there secret codes for radio messages were indecipherable to the Allies. However, they were not expecting the meticulous work of code breakers based at Britain’s Bletchley Park would crack there code.
Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire was Britain's main decryption establishment during World War Two. It was created by Churchill himself to crack codes from axis countries, it is most famous for the decipher of the Enigma Machine. They hired the best scientists from all over the country, and tested them they used a simple crossword to see if they could complete it in a quick time.