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Bombe: The Challenge Of The Four Rotor Enigma Machine
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used electromagnetic relay technology and was known as the 'Bombe', ...
- Enigma History - Crypto Museum - Feb 13, 2015 ... The inventors of the rotor machine, from left to right: Theo van Hengel, ..... of 36
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making it a real challenge for the codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
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