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  • Influence
Alan Turing: the Enigma - Book Reviem
  • R. Erskine
  • Philosophy, Computer Science
  • Cryptologia
  • 1 October 1984
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The Poles Reveal their Secrets: Alastair Denniston's Account of the July 1939 Meeting at Pyry
  • R. Erskine
  • Computer Science
  • Cryptologia
  • 22 November 2006
TLDR
An account by A. G. Denniston (the operational head of the British Government Code and Cypher School in 1939) of the meeting near Pyry, Poland, in July 1939, when Polish cryptanalysts revealed how they broke Enigma, and a letter by Dillwyn Knox on the meeting's outcome. Expand
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BRIGADIER JOHN TILTMAN: ONE OF BRITAIN'S FINEST CRYPTOLOGISTS
TLDR
Biography of Brigadier John Tiltman, who worked as a cryptologist for the British and American governments from 1920 to 1980. Expand
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Captured Kriegsmarine Enigma Documents at Bletchley Park
TLDR
This paper lists Enigma-related Kriegsmarine documents captured by the British during the Second World War and describes the formation of Naval Section VI, which dealt with captured documents in the British Government Code and Cypher School. Expand
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Action This Day
In 1941, in response to a warning by four of Britain's codebreakers that their efforts to break the Enigma code were being hampered by lack of funds, Winston Churchill ordered that they be givenExpand
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Naval Enigma: M4 and its Rotors
TLDR
The wiring of rotors in the naval version of Enigma is given (including that of beta and gamma) and events leading to the introduction of Triton, a cipher for Atlantic U-boats, are described. Expand
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Enigma and the Polish Contribution: Book Review
  • R. Erskine
  • Computer Science
  • Cryptologia
  • 1 October 1985
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Enigma: the Dropping of the Double Encipherment
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