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New York - 9 April 2015
1. Handwritten book by British mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing
2. Mathematical and computer science writing in manuscript
3. Book on display
4. Close of caption
5. Mathematical and computer science notations
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Cassandra Hatton, Bonhams:
"It's the only known manuscript in Turing's hand, so right there it's extremely rare. Pretty much everything at the archive consists of typescripts that are at the publication or near-publication level, so we don't have anything else written by him."
"So it's an original German World War II Enigma enciphering machine. This machine dates to about 1944. This machine is what accounted for the Nazi success, up until the point that Turing and the other code breakers at Bletchley Park were able to break this code. So were it not for Turing and the other code breakers, the war would have ended very differently and again it's primarily thanks to the technology found inside of this machine."
11. Various of Enigma machine writing and controls
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