How Poles cracked Nazi Enigma secret

20 Jul, 2009 | SnippetsTdp

For decades after the war the contributions of [Marian] Rejewski and other Polish cipher experts to the Allied victory over Nazi Germany went unrecognised.

But Bletchley Park, the nerve centre of Britain's wartime code breaking operations, has just held its annual Polish Day - a celebration of the Polish achievements that laid the foundations for British success in cracking German codes.