Adolf Hitler, Alan Turing, Allen Leech, Ancuta Breaban, Benedict Cumberbatch, Charles Dance, Enigma, Germans, James Northcote, Jews, Keira Knightley, Lee Asquith-Coe, Mark Strong, Matthew Beard, Matthew Goode, millions of deaths, Morten Tyldum, Nazism, puzzle, Rory Kinnear, Science, Scott Stevenson, secret codes, Stuart Matthews, The Imitation Game, Tom Goodman-Hill, Tuppence Middleton, Victoria Wicks, war, World War II
See this object, who wrote the history of our century, a few centimeters away, he made me heart tremble.
A small car, apparently harmless, has been the main gear mechanism of the ruthless war of the Nazis.
I was right in front of Enigma: I felt a chill, I froze the blood for a while and I thought to myself: “You, along with the bad, were the weapon that killed millions of people.”
The inventions of man are often real disasters.