Links

Enigma A16878 Restoration:

We have documented the restoration of an Enigma machine found in a shed in Belgium: http://enigmamuseum.com/the-restoration-of-enigma-a16878

Animated video description of the inner workings of an Enigma machine:

Enjoy this very informative 20 minute description of an Enigma machine:  https://youtu.be/ybkkiGtJmkM

 

Below are links to other historians, collectors, and Enigma-related web sites.

Paul Reuvers & Marc Simons’ CryptoMuseum – A comprehensive collection of the history and technology of cipher machines, clandestine radios, spy communications, and more. A fantastic resource!   http://www.cryptomuseum.com/

Dr. David Hamer’s Web Site.  http://www.intelligenia.org/

Dr. David Hamer’s list of all known Enigmas: Download Excel spreadsheet. (This list is frequently updated by EnigmaMuseum.com)   http://EnigmaMuseum.com/dhlist.xls

Ralph Simpson’s collection of photographs, historic, and technical information regarding ciphers and cipher machines.   http://ciphermachines.com/index.html

Frode Weierud’s CryptoCellar – Fantastic collection of Enigma history.   http://cryptocellar.org

Richard Brisson’s Web Site: Vintage Tradecraft in Cryptology and Espionage.   http://www.campx.ca/

Jerry Proc’s Crypto Machines page.  http://jproc.ca/crypto/

Nicholas Gessler’s Cryptology and Stenography Collection  https://people.duke.edu/~ng46/collections/cryptology.htm

Early patent information on Enigma related cipher machines.   http://www.cdvandt.org/enigma_patents.htm

Bob Lord’s crypto museum with information regarding the Enigma, Fialka, M-209, and other cipher machines.   http://www.ilord.com/enigma

TICOM Archives – Fantastic accounting of the secret Allied efforts in the last days of WWII to capture German cryptologic secrets ahead of advancing Russian forces.   https://sites.google.com/site/ticomarchive/home

History of the German naval Enigma machine and detailed information regarding German U-boat history.   http://uboat.net/technical/enigma_breaking.htm

A great collection of information on the Enigma and other cipher machines, their history and several simulators for them by Dirk Rijmenants.    https://www.ciphermachinesandcryptology.com

Dirk’s very fine and popular Enigma simulator for your computer: https://www.ciphermachinesandcryptology.com/en/enigmasim.htm

The late Tony Sales Codes and Ciphers Web Site.   http://www.codesandciphers.org.uk/index.htm

A Cryptographic Compendium   http://www.quadibloc.com/crypto/jscrypt.htm

The Enigma Message Breaking Project – Ongoing efforts to break Enigma coded messages from WWII.  https://enigma.hoerenberg.com/index.php?cat=Welcome

Miniature Enigma machine simulator.   https://www.tindie.com/products/ArduinoEnigma/arduino-enigma-i-m3-m4-machine-simulator-w-case/

Homepage for the National Cryptologic Museum – A fantastic collection of cipher machines and history located in Fort Meade, Maryland, USA.  https://cryptologicfoundation.org/visit/museum/

A collection of code breaking history from WWII and the cold war.  http://chris-intel-corner.blogspot.gr/

Dr. Mark Baldwin “Dr. Enigma” provides lectures around the world on the Enigma machine and the history of cryptography   https://drenigma.org

Kartengruppe – An impressive collection of German naval maps, cipher keys, and encryption systems   https://www.kartengruppe.it/index.php/enigma 

International Conference on Cryptologic History (ICCH):    www.cryptologichistory.org