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Dayton's Code Breakers

An NCR-built bombe and Joe Desch (inset)
The breaking of Germany's World War II 'Enigma' code is widely known today. But there's an untold story: How NCR engineers in Dayton, led by Oakwood resident Joe Desch, worked in secret to develop the machines that helped break the code.

Dayton's code breakers


 

 

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