How Hitler's secret codes were broken
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Bletchley Park: How Hitler's Lorenz cipher was broken

Experts at the National Museum of Computing have restored and recreated wartime equipment to demonstrate how Hitler's most secret codes were cracked.

The work during World War Two enabled the code-breakers to read German High Command's messages sent using their Lorenz machines.

  • 03 Jun 2016