The Americans helped our British team build the Bombe that we believe solved Enigma.
We were confident in our work and sent it back to Bletchley Park to collect information.
Even though we were now seeing all German messages, we had to use this information selectively. Otherwise, the Nazis could change the settings on Enigma, potentially finding another way to encode their messages, which could have extended the war.
Finally, I'm back home!
June 6, 1944 (D-Day)
The D-Day invasion was actually strategically planned using information that the Allies got from the Enigma machine.
Our code breaking contributed to the Allied victory.
We are proud to announce that the war is over.
My name is Alan Turing, and I am credited with leading the team responsible for solving Enigma.