On Thursday 26 October Dr Mark Baldwin will present one of WW2’s most fascinating stories. The Germans entrusted their secret communications to an ingenious ciphering machine – The Enigma – which was portable, easily operated, and could be set up in millions of ways as the codes were changed every 24 hours. How to break this impossible cypher? Mark Baldwin has given countless presentations on the WW2 codebreakers, Enigma, Bletchley Park and the history of Cryptography, as well as presentations on Special Operations. He has been handling Enigma machines for longer than anyone in Germany’s armed forces and supplied the 4-rotor Enigma machine for use in the film ‘The Imitation Game’. Visually illustrated with slides, this will be a fascinating evening.
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