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English: Japanese copy of the German Enigma machine, on display at the National Cryptologic Museum, Maryland, USA. The Japanese developed an Enigma clone, codenamed GREEN by American cryptographers, although it was little used.
日本語: 米国立暗号博物館に展示されている三式印字機
Nederlands: De Japanse Enigma kloon
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Source , uploaded in english wikipedia on 12. Jan. 2005 by en:User:Matt Crypto
Author Photography courtesy of Professor Roger Brown of the National Cryptologic Museum
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