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Exhibition shows how Poles helped break WWII Enigma code

27.10.2021 09:15
A new online exhibition celebrates the role Polish mathematicians had in cracking the German Enigma code during World War II, the Polish Cultural Institute in New York has noted.
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Image: enigma.umww.pl

Entitled Enigma: Decipher Victorythe exhibition aims to highlight the achievements of Polish mathematicians and their contribution to Allied efforts to break German coding machines during the war, according to the instytutpolski.pl website. 

Composed of 23 boards, the display "reveals the history of humble, unknown heroes, Polish cryptographers, their academics and colleagues, whose knowledge and mathematical genius allowed for the breaking of one the mostly guarded secrets of the Third Reich," the website said.

The exhibition has previously been shown in museums in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Portugal and at the UK's National Codes Centre at Bletchley Park in London, according to instytutpolski.pl.

Earlier this month, Enigma: Decipher Victory was on display at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh in the eastern US state of Pennsylvania, the institute said.

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Source: instytutpolski.pl