Category Archives: WW2

The important role of the Poles in World War II

Talking about Poland’s contribution to the Allies in World War II, apart from being on the battlefield, many guests mentioned that before the start of World War II, Poland laid the foundation for the final victory of the Allies. This is the Polish deciphering the German Enigma code. Pioneering work is done. In 2014, with […] Continue reading

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How did the Allies in the World War II decipher the German Engel code?

Enigma began to be used in commerce in the early 1920s and was adopted by the military and government of some countries. Among these countries, the most famous was Nazi Germany during the Second World War. The German version of the German Defence Force Enigma used in Germany is the most frequently mentioned version. The […] Continue reading

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How was the German cipher deciphered in World War II?

At the Brechley Manor, in addition to Knox, the deciphering community, there is also a mathematics wizard, Turing. He graduated from Cambridge University and relied on his research on cryptography after the war. He became one of the pioneers in the era of electronic computing. First of all, they started with the development of a […] Continue reading

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