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Here's an enigma Mon, 08 October 2018 07:34
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Here's an enigma: Guess what I saw this weekend.

Exterior: https://cdn.daysofwonder.com/uploads/userpages/256598/_7804_web.jpghttps://cdn.daysofwonder.com/uploads/userpages/256598/_7804_ web.jpg

Interior:
https://cdn.daysofwonder.com/uploads/userpages/256598/_7803_web.jpghttps://cdn.daysofwonder.com/uploads/userpages/256598/_7803_ web.jpg

The owner is a friend of mine, and was explaining how it works.
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Mon, 08 October 2018 10:29
wow ! a real u-boat treasure !
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Mon, 08 October 2018 19:09
Thanks for sharing Sam

Looks like a 3 rotor type so Version 1.0

Great would love to get my hands on 1

J.
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Mon, 08 October 2018 21:17
You have a cool friend. Does he have anything else from WW2?
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 12 October 2018 01:34
Can he use it to order pizza? More importantly, will the pizza place understand the order when they receive it? Laughing


But that is seriously cool.

It certainly makes it easier to win a war when you know the other sides codes as the Allies did both in the European and Pacific theaters.
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Mon, 29 October 2018 19:44
I live near the Flying Heritage museum in Everett, WA and they have one there. Very cool.
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 11 January 2019 00:16
Woah! that is really cool.
I got to play with one at the museum at Bletchley but I didn't know people just had them at home!

      
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Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 11 January 2019 02:59
My friend's father worked at Bletchley Park. Through a chain of events, the machine was given to him by a German after the war.
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 11 January 2019 14:11
I see... was this German the head of German intelligence by any chance? Rolling Eyes
      
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Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 11 January 2019 15:02
If it had been a notable or recognizable person, I would have said so.
      
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  Re:Here's an enigma Fri, 11 January 2019 18:58
Confused

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