Heath Robinson: WW2 codebreaking machine reconstructed

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    Ramiles Researching 9th Lancers, 24th L and SRY

    BBC article (9th April 2019) : WW2 codebreaking machine reconstructed

    "A World War Two codebreaking machine has been reconstructed after a seven-year project so it can run in public for the first time.

    The Heath Robinson has been restored at The National Museum of Computing in Milton Keynes by a team of six. The machine was an early attempt to automate code-cracking and, due to its complexity, was named after the illustrator W Heath Robinson."
     
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