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#26 - 28.10.2020, 17:31:49: Andrei
Very interesting materials! I've come here from Wikipedia. I've always wondered how simple yet powerful these cipher machines were... The messages are still hard to attack despite the machines were invented about 100 years ago... Not even in 1940's
 
#25 - 04.12.2019, 08:08:36: Slawek E-Mail
Dear Michael,
Thank you very much.
All the best,
Slawek
 
#24 - 16.11.2019, 01:21:32: Michael Homepage
Dear Slawek. Great job. Great looking machine! All the best Michael.
 
#23 - 25.10.2019, 12:27:07: Slawek E-Mail
hallo, ich lasse dich einen der chiffretexte auf deiner seite benutzen, um mein elektronisches rätsel zu überprüfen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COFy5Tt1F4A&t=11s

Grüße,
Slawek
 
#22 - 14.02.2018, 08:50:11: Jonathan Robert De Mallie E-Mail Homepage
Thank - You for all you have done and well.

73's

Jonathan Robert De Mallie
 
#21 - 08.01.2017, 23:18:54: Tom E-Mail Homepage
nice to touch with the practical reality of the subject matter and to see the fragments of evidence preserved. excellent!
kind regards
Tom
 
#20 - 14.10.2016, 16:49:24: Kris E-Mail
Please correct my previous entry - SK (End Of Transmission) is "dit dit dit dash dit dash". Sorry for the typo, Morse code is an audio language, not a written language.

DE WY2L K
 
#19 - 14.10.2016, 16:38:50: Kris Francis E-Mail
Please correct this small error: In Morse Code, end of contact is SK (sent as "dit dit dit dash dit") sent as one letter, NOT VA "dit dit dit dash dit dash). In Morse code, there's a difference between SK and V A, as SK implies End Of Contact, and "V A" has no implicit meaning.

DE WY2L K

 
#18 - 18.08.2015, 03:47:43: Michael Homepage
Dear Brad. Thank you very much. Please contact me via the contact formular...

All the best

Michael
 
#17 - 10.08.2015, 06:22:24: Brad Golding E-Mail
Dear Michael.

Just stumbled across your great site. Many thanks for such an informative site. I look forward to seeing more.

I am seeking a digital or photo copy of 2 particular code books with the tables in them. One is the Kenngruppen Buch and the other is the Kurzsignalnuch. Do you know of a source?

Take care and keep well.
 


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