Rejewski

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Marian Rejewski - Recognition
... In 1979 Rejewski and his colleagues became heroes of Sekret Enigmy ("The Enigma Secret"), a Polish-cryptologists-and-German-spies movie thriller about the ... In Rejewski's home city of Bydgoszcz, a street and school have been named for him, a plaque placed on the building where he had lived, and a sculpture ... In 2000, Rejewski and his colleagues Zygalski and Różycki were posthumously awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta ...
Cryptanalysis Of The Enigma - Polish Breakthrough
... On 1 September 1932, a 27-year-old Polish mathematician, Marian Rejewski, joined the Bureau along with two fellow Poznań University mathematics graduates, Henryk Zygalski ... This material enabled Rejewski to achieve "one of the most important breakthroughs in cryptologic history" by using the theory of permutations and groups to work out the Enigma ... Rejewski found that the connections between the military Enigma's keyboard and the entry ring were not, as in the commercial Enigma, in the order of the keys on a ...
Marian Rejewski
... Marian Adam Rejewski (16 August 1905 – 13 February 1980) was a Polish mathematician and cryptologist who in 1932 solved the plugboard-equipped Enigma machine, the ... The success of Rejewski and his colleagues Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski jump-started British reading of Enigma in World War II the intelligence so gained ... The Bureau had achieved little success reading Enigma and in late 1932 set Rejewski to work on the problem ...
Marian Rejewski - In France and Britain - Britain
... Rejewski and Zygalski were inducted as privates into the Polish Army on 16 August 1943 and were posted to a Polish Army facility in Boxmoor, cracking German SS and SD hand ciphers ... On 10 October 1943, Rejewski and Zygalski were commissioned second lieutenants on 1 January 1945 Rejewski, and presumably also Zygalski, were promoted to lieutenant ... where it seems likely that his collaboration with Rejewski and Zygalski continued ...
Card Catalog (cryptology) - History
... Preparation of the card catalog, using the cyclometer that Rejewski had invented about 1934 or 1935, was a laborious task that took over a year's time ... to start over again and produce a new card catalog, "a task," writes Rejewski, "which consumed, on account of our greater experience, probably somewhat less than ... This spurred the invention of Rejewski's cryptologic bomb and Henryk Zygalski's "perforated sheets." ...