"INSIDE ENIGMA"
** SECOND EDITION **
BOOK UPDATES

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INTRODUCTION
This page contains cumulative updates, revisions, and corrections to the information in the SECOND EDITION of the book: "INSIDE ENIGMA" by Tom Perera and Dan Perera; published in 2019. The SECOND EDITION contains almost twice as much information as the first edition and over 150 additional illustrations

Updates for the FIRST EDITION of the book may be found at:
http://EnigmaMuseum.com/enigma_book_updates.htm

Updates for the Enigma Library CD-ROM may be found at: http://EnigmaMuseum.com/mecdcor.htm

New information about cipher machines is constantly coming to light as historic government archives are declassified and studied by historians. This information as well as corrections and revisions will be added to this page as often as required.

PLEASE HELP !
If you have any corrections, suggestions, additions or can supply photographs and/or additonal information to make future editions of my book and Enigma Library CD-ROM better and more accurate, please email us using the address at the bottom of this page. Thanks.



ADDITIONAL PUBLICATION:
On 27 June, 2009, we published the 4th. edition of the CD-ROM entitled: "The Story of the ENIGMA: History, Technology and Deciphering"
It is the most complete source of information on the Enigma in a single publication. It contains twice the material in the 3rd edition and includes a complete History, Thousands of Photographs, Books, Wiring Diagrams, Enigma Simulator Programs, Videos, Information on the Russian cipher machine FIALKA and many others. Click above for more information.
(Revisions & Corrections for all Enigma CD-ROM editions:)


25 January, 2019:
This page was first published on the internet.

9 May, 2019:
We inadvertently left out a very fine website by the late Tony Sale. It covers a great deal of Enigma history and the work of the Polish and British Codebreakers as well as the more advanced codebreaking work at Bletchley Park:
Tony Sale's Enigma History Website: http://codesandciphers.org.uk


Please send us any corrections or additions so that we can make this page and future editions of the book as complete as possible.


Professor Emeritus Thomas B. Perera Ph. D. and Dan Perera.

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