Category:National Cryptologic Museum

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The United States National Cryptologic Museum is a museum of cryptologic history, affiliated with the National Security Agency (NSA).

Located in a former motel two blocks from the NSA headquarters at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, the museum collection contains thousands of artifacts, including a working World War II German Enigma machine and a bombe used to break it. It also houses displays that discuss the history of American cryptology and the people, machines, techniques, and locations concerned. An unclassified library is open week days part time.

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