Dr. Tim Flack, a Engineering Fellow at King’s College took delivery of our third enigma replica for their new enigma projects and outreach programme!
Tim contacted us some months ago regarding a collaboration between Enigma Hut and King’s which resulted in the purchase of the last available machine from our first batch of four hand built prototypes. The handover took place on the 23rd June which coincided with Alan Turing’s birthday!
Alan Turing studied at King’s College and later became a Fellow in 1935. Dr. Tim Flack sees the importance of Enigma and has generated an upsurge of interests at King’s with more new projects on the subject and the legacy of Alan Turing drives him on! We are honoured that Tim and King’s have recognised our work and hope our machine will provide the inspiration and basis for new projects and ideas at the college and a lasting tribute to one of it’s most famous sons, Alan Turing!