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The National Cryptologic Museum (Wikipedia) is part of the National Security Agency and holds exhibits related to the codebreaking activities of the United States. The museum is located in Ft. George G. Meade, Maryland, about 25 miles northeast of Washington, DC. The museum is open to the public and admission is free.
What is there to see?Edit
- Several Enigma machines -- including one you can actually use.
- A Geheimschreiber T52D.
- A Lorenz machine
- A Hebern code machine
- A SIGABA / ECM Mk II machine
- A mock-up of part of a SIGSALY installation
- A US bombe
- Louis Kruh, A Pictorial Tour of the National Cryptologic Museum, 18(4), October 1994, pp381–389.
- National Cryptologic Museum Homepage
- The National Cryptologic Museum Foundation
- A review of the museum
|This page is part of Cryptotourism, a collaborative project to build a guide about museums and other locations of interest for cryptography and its history.|
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