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An exhibit from the Republic of Poland which details the early cracking of the Enigma Code by Polish mathematicians

"Enigma--Decipher Victory"

A presentation and poster exhibit

This presentation and exhibit detail the breaking of the German military's Enigma Code by Polish code breakers before the start of the Second World War. It also draws attention to Polish contributions to Allied efforts to keep up with changes made by the Germans in their wartime use of the Enigma coding machines.

The program and exhibit are free and open to the public


Three of the Polish code breakers. From left to right: Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Ró┼╝ycki and Henryk Zygalski.

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"The Role of the Poles in Breaking the Enigma Code" - A Presentation by Dr. Roman Sznajder, Friday, October 1, 2021, Power Center Ballroom, 7-9 pm (Doors open at 6:30)

In addition to the Enigma—Decipher Victory exhibition, an authentic Enigma machine will be on display at this event, Courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, Special Collections, Traub-McCorduck Collection.

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"Enigma--Decipher Victory," an exhibit from the Republic of Poland, will be on display on the 4th Floor of Gumberg  Library, from October 4-14, 2021



The "Enigma--Decipher Victory" exhibit and program are sponsored by