Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP
Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP
Germany

Divers find Nazis’ Enigma code machine in Baltic Sea

  • The machine was found in the Bay of Gelting in northeast Germany, by divers on assignment for environmental group WWF
  • A naval historian said he believes the machine was thrown overboard from a German warship

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Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP
Underwater archaeologist Florian Huber inspects the Enigma encryption machine discovered on November 11 in the Bay of Gelting in the Baltic Sea, northern Germany. Photo: AFP
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