Rare Nazi ‘Enigma’ Code Machine Tops $100,000 at Auction
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Rare Nazi ‘Enigma’ Code Machine Tops $100,000 at Auction

(Bloomberg) -- A rare “Enigma” machine, used by Nazi Germany to create military communications code thought to be unbreakable, sold at auction for more than $106,000.
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