This code breaker hacked the Nazi Germany
Here is how Alan Turing became the real hero for cracking the Nazi code
The Enigma machine was a very confusing contraption, but here is how the unbreakable Nazi code story was formed
However, the biggest flaw of the Enigma machine was in fact its ability to send messages without repeating a single letter, which was figured out by none Alan Turing, who in the history books, is many things, ranging from was a British pioneering computer scientist, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and theoretical biologist. However, most individuals will recognize him as a degenerate, most likely because of his sexual inclinations, since they were against a law in that era. His affair caused him to end up in jail, which ultimately led to the poor chap’s suicide.
Another enemy that the Allied forces were facing was lack of time. Even if they did manage to crack the code, the message would have become useless after a couple of weeks because each month saw a new message printed on code sheets in soluble ink that easily dissolved in water. The Germans on the other hand, had another ace up their sleeve; a machine called the Bombe, which could decipher army and air force codes, but not navy.