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  • DAYTON CODEBREAKERS DOCUMENTARY

    Broadcast extended 2006-2018 (!) on American Public Television. DVD sales--

    DVDs of our documentary can be obtained in several ways:

    If you live in the Dayton area, DVDs are sold at the Museum Store at Carillon Historical Park, and at the book store at the Wright Dunbar Interpretive Center, West Third Street.
    News: the stock of DVDs at both Dayton History/Carillon Park and at Wright-Dunbar has been replenished.

  • Dayton codebreakers’ news

    Be sure to check in here for news related to the Dayton Codebreaking story or the history of cryptography in general. I'll be taking a hiatus from public speaking so I can devote more time to this web site. Debbie Anderson
  • 2016 Stibitz Awards

    Received Oct. 7th, Bozeman MT, the two individuals most responsible for developing the advanced technologies, with their respective teams - in England and the United States of America, that cracked the secret World War II German Enigma Machine Code: ALAN TURING (posthumously), Bletchley Park, England for Seminal & Pioneering Contributions to the Breaking of the German Enigma Machine Code; JOSEPH DESCH (posthumously), NCR, Dayton, Ohio. For Seminal & Pioneering Contributions to the Breaking of the German Enigma Machine Code.