Crypto Museum curators Paul Reuvers and Marc Simons give regular talks
on Enigma, cipher machines, spy radio sets and a number of other related
subjects. If you are interested
in attending one of these presentations, please check the
If you represent an organisation, and want us to do a talk at a location
near you, please contact us.
Our talks are all very dynamic, using Apple's Keynote and a large screen
projector to display the many slides, images and drawings.
In most cases we will bring some historical items with us and have a hands-on
session at the end of the presentation.
- Enigma - 1 hour [Dutch/English]
This lecture is a mixture of technical backgrounds and history,
and is suitable for people of various backgrounds and age.
It is a cut-down version of the one below and reveals many details
about the famous Enigma machines and the Allied attempts to break it.
- Enigma - 2 hours [Dutch/English/German]
This is one of the most comprehensive presentations ever given
about the famous Enigma machine
and its history. From its invention in the early 1920's
to the important role it played during WWII.
Full technical and historical details, and numerous photographs and drawings.
Including a demonstration of a real war-time Enigma machine.
- Fialka - 1 to 2 hours [English]
Detailed presentation about the
Fialka M-125 cipher machine,
the Russian counterpart of the German Enigma machine.
It was used by the countries of the Warsaw Pact during
the Cold War and is still in use today in some countries.
Full technical details of this advanced cipher machine that is clearly
based on the design of the Enigma. Plus a demonstration.
- The missing link -1 hour [English]
Detailed historical and technical backgrounds of a recently discovered
Enigma machine, the so-called
that fills a gap in the Enigma family tree.
The Zählwerk Enigma appears to be the ancestor of the
Enigma G (also known as the Abwehr Enigma).
- Operation Gladio - 1 hour [Dutch/German]
Detailed history of the secret Dutch Stay-Behind Organisation O&I
during the Cold War. Including technical backgrounds about the spy
radio sets used by the organisation over the years, the influence of
NATO and the demise of Stay-Behind in Europe in 1992.
- Enigma Family - 30 to 45 minutes [English]
Many people think of the Enigma as a single machine.
In reality however, there is no such thing as the
Enigma machine. Rather it was a family of machines, of which the
German Army version became the most well known one. In this lecture
we will take you on a tour through the entire
Enigma Family Tree
and show how the various models are related.
For upcoming presentations, please check the diary.
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