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The Challenge

Explore the different type of machines and codes that were using during World War Two

Enigma

The Enigma machine was invented by a German engineer Arthur Scherbius shortly after WW1

Lorenz

Perhaps Bletchley Park's greatest success was the breaking of the Germans' strategic ciphers

Japanese Codes

Japanese codes were a longstanding interest of GC&CS

Low Level Codes and Ciphers

Bletchley Park did not only attack high level machine cyphers

Diplomatic

Diplomatic messages sent by both Allies and Enemies were also broken by GC&CS

Codemaking

GC&CS also produced secure codes for the Allies

Enigma

The Enigma machine was invented by a German engineer Arthur Scherbius shortly after WW1

Japanese Codes

Japanese codes were a longstanding interest of GC&CS

Diplomatic

Diplomatic messages sent by both Allies and Enemies were also broken by GC&CS

Lorenz

Perhaps Bletchley Park's greatest success was the breaking of the Germans' strategic ciphers

Low Level Codes and Ciphers

Bletchley Park did not only attack high level machine cyphers

Codemaking

GC&CS also produced secure codes for the Allies