One of only 3 "enigma machine" stolen; A piece of ENIAC was up for auction.

From: Ethan Dicks <>
Date: Sun Apr 2 23:48:43 2000

--- John Lewczyk <> wrote:
> An Enigma machine used by the Nazis to send coded messages during World War
> Two, has been stolen from the code-cracking Station X at Bletchley Park,
> Buckinghamshire. The machine, worth about 100,000, is one of only three in
> the world. It was brought to the UK after the war.
> I bet it was somebody on this list who grabbed it! Fess up! ;-)

The closest I've come is photographing the one at the Deutches Museum on
my recent trip to visit Hans.


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Received on Sun Apr 02 2000 - 23:48:43 BST

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